Create and edit PDF forms

Creating PDF forms has never been easier with PdfEditor! The software for Microsoft Windows is easy to use and works very reliably – even without Adobe Acrobat, of course.

Create fillable PDF forms with PdfEditor





Create fillable PDF forms with PdfEditor

Fillable, storable and sendable

The PDF format is better suited than any other for producing well-designed forms.

With PdfEditor you can create PDF forms that your customers can fill in and save directly in the PDF viewer (e.g., in the latest Acrobat Reader).

Simply create a form in your favourite layout software and then insert all required form fields (text boxes, tick boxes, radio buttons, buttons, combo and list boxes) using the PdfEditor form tool.

Text fields

Radio / Option

Check / Tick

Combo & List

Filling in PDF form fields

Generated PDF forms can be opened and filled in directly in PdfEditor or with all major PDF readers (e.g. Acrobat Reader).

If supported by the PDF reader software, the PDF can then be stored by your customer including all the entered data (works with Acrobat Reader XI or newer, for example).

For additional information, please feel free to visit our feature list.

Screenshot: Fillable PDF form (created by PdfEditor) in Adobe >crobat

Other PdfEditor Features

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Local installation, one-time license fee (no subscription fees, no follow-up costs)
Free updates within major version, life-time license
Editing of text directly in the PDF
Editing of graphics and images
Elimination of content by redaction
Highlighting of text as if using a highlighter pen
Creation and entering of PDF forms
Merge several documents to form a PDF
Split multi-page PDFs
Headers and footers including date function and page numbering
Add stationery, graphic or watermark to your PDF
Enabling searches to be made in scanned PDFs per OCR
Creation of PDFs from every printable application

Prices & Versions

Try PdfEditor for free!

The trial version contains all the functions of the PdfEditor full version, however, it inserts a watermark in all edited PDFs (a backup of the original file is, of course, created). Needless to say, this limitation is not present in the full version.