This article show you how to make re-usable PDF's, also known as templates.
Make sure your PDF has the sections you want to change left blank.
Upload your PDF on the site and you will arrive on the edit page. If you uploaded the document earlier then you can access it through the Docs library, look for this icon.
From the left of the edit page, drag and drop a grey Sender Field onto your PDF and add a label e.g. 'My company name'.
To resize the field, hover over the lower or right edges (or lower right corner) and you will be able to resize it. Drag it around by clicking in the middle and holding the mouse key down.
This image show you where the Sender fields are located: You will also see Signer fields on the left-hand side (in Green). These are form fields for signers or approvers to complete. Sender fields, by comparison, are fields for you (or your team) to complete when sending out the document; these make the PDF re-usable.
If all you want is an approval either tick approval only just above the PDF or use one signature box - you can still switch a signer to an approver later. Auto-archive when sent is useful when you do not intend to re-use uploaded PDFs, tick the box above the PDF to enable it. A team admin can also make this a group default by pressing the SHIFT key while ticking this setting on or off.
Once you're happy with your fields, you can send it out. The validation box along the top of the page will alert you to any errors, but will other ways say Valid - click here to send.
Click the Send button, select the PDF template and click Add document.
On the Send Page, the grey sender fields you added to your PDF will appear in a tabular format (click Show Page View to see them situated on your document). Fill them out and click the Save fields button at the end of the section.
When you understand the lay of the land, check out these form field shortcuts to make quick work of your PDFs.
That's it. On the Send page you can use PDF preview to make sure your sender fields look as you expect but otherwise click Final Step - create & send to send out your document.
An image of the Send page and your Sender Field(s): Here's a video with one of our support pros racing around a PDF and adding a few sender fields before switching to Page View and previewing the PDF on the Send Page: