Product demo: InfoPath Form PDF Processing

October 28, 2014

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Many organizations use Microsoft InfoPath for collecting information in a form, and turning content into structured data. For example, an HR department might use InfoPath forms to keep key data on each employee, from their social insurance number to their mailing address.

Why Transform InfoPath Forms to PDF?

An organization may choose to convert InfoPath forms to PDF in order to share the content with users who are not connected to your network, or to archive the content for long-term retention, ensuring users many years from now can still access the content.

Converting InfoPath Forms to PDF

Making a PDF rendering of an InfoPath form using Adlib PDF is as simple as modifying the form and submitting the results, or by initiating a workflow. When looking at the output, you can set the PDF security features so that only authorized users are able to view the PDF document. In addition, Adlib PDF ensures that there is support for file attachments for InfoPath forms. This means that if a file is attached to an InfoPath form, it will also automatically be rendered to PDF along with the form itself, giving organizations true portability of this critical business information.  Because Adlib PDF offers industry-leading Advanced Rendering, you can be assured that all of your forms and attachments are of the highest possible quality and fidelity.

Adlib PDF also allows you to merge your InfoPath files--rendered to PDF--with practically any number of other documents of various file formats into a single, well-structured document by automatically generating navigation features such as PDF bookmarks and table of contents.

Watch the product demo

Learn more about how you can ensure your users access your critical InfoPath content and it’s attachments in this demo. Watch the product demo video here.

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