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I have made some forms to use as proposals to sent to customers. I want to be able to send these as a document and not a spreadsheet. I need the formulas in the spreadsheet however to complete the proposal on my end. The pages print ok but I don't want to send an entire spreadsheet. Can this be done? Can these forms be saved as a word document?

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I would recommend using PDF. There are several different PDF solutions out there – Adobe of course and PDF tools from <a href=”http://www.foxitsoftware.com/products/”>Foxit</a>.

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  • SbElectric
    Yes, PDF will work if you are expecting the customers just to read your document & not enter any data for you. If you want them to enter data then PDF can be used … but it is a bit unwieldy. If you want customers to enter data then there are other options. Simplest may be to send the spreadsheet with the fields (cells) protected where you do not want any changes. Just a thought!
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