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‎10-12-2019
Lewkram
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Re: Adobe InDesign vs Experience manager forms
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Lewkram

Lewkram
- Adobe Experience Manager Forms
I'll do my best.We have a team that creates PDFs using InDesign that we then import into our AEM DAM (That same PDF is also used for creating a paper version that can be mailed to consumers). That same PDF information is used to build a web experience for collecting the customer information (our content managers have to copy and past the content from the PDF, define the fields for collecting the user entered information, etc.) and define the payload for a backend service (we have to enter the fi...

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Re: Adobe InDesign vs Experience manager forms
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Lewkram

Lewkram
- Adobe Experience Manager Forms
It still isn't clear to me the differences between AEM forms and InDesign. If I want to manage forms that will be leveraged by AEM built websites am I better off creating the forms in InDesign uploading them into AEM (via InDesign server?) and managing them from there or am I better off just leveraging AEM Forms Designed directly? ThanksLew

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