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Click the header of any form and Live Forms displays the form properties in the Properties panel. A quick view of the form's current settings is shown, and clicking on any section will allow the user to edit properties. 

Save

When Save is checked, the form submission is saved to the Live Forms repository. If you uncheck this, then the data will not be saved by Live Forms and you will not be able to view your submissions online. You may wish to uncheck this for security reasons.

Save PDF

If checked, a PDF (print view) of the form is also saved to the Live Forms repository and you can view this PDF in your submissions.

Printable

If checked, a "print" icon is displayed at the top left of the form when the user is filling it out. When clicked, a printable PDF is generated and the user can save or print this PDF for his/her own records.

Save/Load

If checked, a "save" icon is displayed at the top left of the form when the user is filling it out. When clicked, the latest version of the form is saved and the user can return to it via his/her Task List and complete filling it out later. This is particularly useful for lengthy forms. Saving a partially filled form requires the user to be authenticated to Live Forms. Using the Task List is a somewhat advanced topic and we recommend you read the detailed documentation on this topic and/or complete the Flows Tutorial for a full understanding.

Captcha

If checked, a captcha logo appears when the form loads. This is to prevent Spam submissions. When users click to Submit the form, no further action is necessary.

Live Forms provides many more properties and settings. You can learn about most of these simply by experimenting in the Form Designer and the properties are also detailed in the Editing Form Properties chapter of the documentation.

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