Using PDF Forms
Eighth Judicial District Court
|To view PDF Forms, please obtain Adobe Acrobat Reader. Users can obtain a free copy of Acrobat Reader by clicking on this link.|
- Go to appropriate forms library page.
- Click on the PDF link for the document to be utilized. Adobe will open the document.
- Use the tab key to move to the appropriate field or information to be filled in. (hold down the shift key and press the tab key to tab backward).
- Note that the field name (title) is highlighted. Simply begin typing and the text will be written over the field name.
For fields that are to remain blank, tab through and hit the delete key to Remove the field name. If you wish to print out a completely blank document, you will need to tab through the document to each field and hit the delete key to remove the field name for each, then print it out as normal.
- The mouse can also be used to move to the appropriate field. However, it will be necessary to highlight the field name to enter text in that field. Otherwise, some or all of the field name will appear in the document. To highlight the field name, double click on it, then begin typing.however, it will be necessary to highlight the field name to enter text in that field. Otherwise, some or all of the field name will appear in the document. To highlight the field name, double click on it, then begin typing.
- To put a check mark in boxes, use the mouse to click on it, and the check mark will appear. To uncheck a box that has been marked, click on it again. The boxes operate like a toggle (on/off).
- Note that notary signature blocks are not interactive as they must be filled in by the notary when the document is signed.
- Once the document is completed and ready to be printed, please ensure that all pages are printed. Missing pages may render a document unacceptable to the courts.
- To access our online forms, click the appropriate library category below, then click on the appropriate document title from the list provided. Note that there is also a shortcut (direct link) to both the civil and family court cover sheets