First of all, we don't charge extra for email buttons.
Fillable + email only the data
If you need your clients to email form data to you, we need to use Adobe Designer. Adobe designer has powerful form creation tools but is a little more difficult to use.
The cost for this class of form is potentially higher because we either need to recreate the form using Designer or import an existing pdf and deal with the changes Adobe Designer makes during the import. In the best case, the form can be set up for this at the same price as "fields only".
If you need this, ask for a quote because some forms import very nicely and we'll charge less.
You also need to know that only the data is emailed, NOT THE FORM. Data can be merged with the form AND SAVED by the recipient if they have Adobe Acrobat Standard or Pro.
One last thing about email. There is an additional cost for naming the fields if you want to read the XML file and understand it. Sounds like a bunch of techno-talk, right? Look at the first example below. You can't tell what each number means? This is what you get if you create text fields using Adobe Designer and don't take the extra time to name the fields. The form works fine but the XML is horrible to read. If you plan to import the data using Acrobat, things will work fine this way. The form knows exactly what to do with "TextField1".
EMAIL THE ENTIRE FORM:
We can do this too. A button will attach the form to an email to send the entire filled form.
You may designate one or more target email addresses and a subject line. The subject line may also insert data from a field.
PRIVACY: you may have a form dealing with personal information that must be kept private. Heathcare forms are an example. You need to know that the email may not be encrypted and doesn't meet privacy regulations. If you need privacy, you will need to create a secure form service that doesn't use email.
Questions? Call us @ 715-204-0379 or email firstname.lastname@example.org