Encinitas, CA (PRWEB) May 9, 2007
Ever open a PDF form, fill it out, only to realize that Adobe Reader wouldn't let you save your work?
With PDFescape, your customers and website visitors will never feel that frustration again.
PDFescape (http://www.pdfescape.com), already allows users to upload PDF forms and files to be filled out or modified using the free PDF form filler and free PDF editor. To streamline this process, PDFescape now offers distribution either via a link or HTML code that will directly link to your PDF form from your website or blog. Not only will users be able to view your PDF form, but after they fill it out and click save, they will be pleasantly surprised to discover that the form saves to their local computer, complete with all information entered into it.
Typically, enabling a PDF to be saved requires hundreds of dollars of software and potentially thousands of dollars in server license fees. PDFescape is one of the online first products to offer this service at an affordable price on a per form basis.
Free of charge, PDF files can be linked to using the webmaster tools at:
For those looking to receive submitted PDF forms by email, immediately after completion, PDF files can be published for a small fee at:
"PDF files are used in almost every industry world wide," says Red Software founder, Chris Truxaw, "Our hope is that companies embrace free tools such as PDFescape, not only to help streamline their businesses but also to reduce the number of physical paper forms which are printed and then filled out annually."
Getting setup with PDFescape is a quick two step process once you've created an account. First, upload your file to PDFescape via your web browser. Then, add the auto-generated link or HTML to your website's HTML code. Your form can be online and ready for visitors within minutes. Anyone with minimal web experience should not have any problem using PDFescape. PDFescape has been optimized to work with just about any blog or web server.
Once setup, PDFescape will automatically display PDF files to online viewers, supporting zooming, page navigation, along side options to print and save (including completed form data) from within the web browser. Once a file has been filled out inside of PDFescape and saved to the user's computer, that form can be archived and emailed directly to whomever needs the completed form. No longer is there a need to print, fax, or mail PDF forms.
PDFescape is Windows, Mac, and Linux compatible, and have no requirements beyond the need for a modern web browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari.
For more information about PDFescape, visit: http://www.pdfescape.com
PDFescape is a Red Software product. For more information about Red Software, visit: http://www.redsoftware.com