PDF forms can be made fillable using professional software. - First, create your form in a program like Microsoft Word. - Save the form as a PDF, but keep the original Word document for future edits. - Open the PDF in professional software (version 10 in this case). - Choose "Tools" and then "Forms" to access the form creation wizard. - Select "Use an existing file" and choose the current document. - The software will automatically identify form fields. - If any fields were not recognized, they can be manually added later. - To adjust properties of a text field, right-click on the field and choose "Properties". - Set properties such as required field, font, font size, text alignment, and character limit. - Special formats like zip code and phone number can be chosen for text fields. - For yes-or-no questions, group the answer choices together and rename the question. - Configure properties for "yes" and "no" options, such as tooltips and checkmark markers. - Configure properties for a large text entry field, such as limiting the number of characters. - Click "File" and "Save" when finished. - Preview the form to see how it will appear to users. - Enable form completion and saving by clicking "Edit" and then "Close form editing". - Save the form as a reader-extended PDF to allow additional features. - Give the form a new name indicating that it can be filled out. - Note that users must have a PDF reader installed on their computer to fill out the form. - Users can save the completed form to their computer, email it, or print it.