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How to fill and sign a PDF form:

  1. Open a PDF document in Acrobat DC.


  2. Click the “Fill & Sign” tool in the right pane.

  3. Fill out your form:
    Complete form filling by clicking a text field and typing or adding a text box. You can add checkmarks and fill in radio buttons too.

  4. Sign your form:
    Click “Sign” in the toolbar at the top of the page. Then draw, type, or choose an image for your signature. Then click “Apply” to place your signature on the form.

  5. Send your form: 
    After you have filled the form, you can share the PDF with others and even send to sign. To share the form, click Next and follow the instructions.

How to edit PDF files:

  1. Open a file in Acrobat DC.

  2. Click on the “Edit PDF” tool in the right pane.

  3. Use Acrobat editing tools:

    • Add new text, edit text, or update fonts using selections from the Format list.

    • Add, replace, move, or resize images on the page using selections from the Objects list.

    • Click the other tools to edit your PDF further. You can add a watermark and annotate PDFs too. 
       
  4. Save your edited PDF:
    Name your file and click the “Save” button. That’s it.

How to compress your PDF file:

  1. Open a PDF in Acrobat DC.

  2. Open the Optimize PDF tool to compress a PDF document. 
    Choose Tools > Optimize PDF or click on the tool from the right hand panel.

  3. Select Reduce File Size in the top menu.

  4. Set compatibility of Acrobat version and click OK.
    Default will be to the existing version.

  5. Set optional advanced optimization.
    Select Advanced Optimization in the top menu to make updates to image and font compression. Click OK when you are done modifications.

  6. Save your file
    Choose File > Save As. Keep the same file name to overwrite current file or rename the new file with the smaller PDF size. Select a location and click Save.

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Registrar information for Students (Web Forms & Downloadable Forms)

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