While content in a PDF file is generally protected from being changed, PDF forms are intentionally made for being edited. They are loaded with areas in which you can fill fields and options to save your inputted data.
You can avoid having to print out a physical copy, paying fees to process paper applications, and converting from the PDF to fill word form out. Adobe has greatly improved how users can create, distribute, and track PDF forms, developing special features to help users work with forms on the back end.
If you receive a PDF form or have one that needs to be filled out, you can quickly get your data into the correct fields from your desktop. Here are a few tips on how to fill forms in PDF using Adobe Reader.