Local Rules & Court Forms

Introduction | 1. Finding Local Rules | 2. Local Rules | 3. Finding Forms | 4. CSD 1547 | 5. Saving Forms | Practice - Full | Practice - Limited
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5. Saving Court Forms

After typing your information into the fillable field of the form, you then can save both the information and the form to your computer where it will remain until you are ready to file it with your CM/ECF filings.

Saving the form and the information requires specifying in Adobe Acrobat where on your computer the form will be saved, as well as its file name. This is a two-step process.

First from the Adobe Acrobat drop-down menu (see right), click on

File > Save As


Instructions

    Assume that you have completed a fillable PDF form on your computer.

  1. At the right in the Acrobat drop-down menu, click on the Save As option (highlighted in red).


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Saving Court Forms

A portion of the File drop-down menu in Adobe Acrobat is shown.

The Save As menu option

 

 

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