Tips on Interactive Forms
Interactive forms will only be processed on receipt of your Bank Transfer payment - Using an Interactive Entry form saves the cost of printing, envelopes and postage.
Transfer your payment for the total form value to the Bank details on the form, don't forget to use a reference of your Surname & Post Code.
PC's and Laptops
When you click on an Interactive Entry form, your browser should give you the option to open or save the form. Whichever option you choose you will need a PDF Reader to input your details on the form. Most PC/Laptops will have a PDF Reader installed, so when the form is opened it should automatically use your PDF Reader. Most browsers if a reader is not installed will give you the option to install one. If you still cannot open the form, you will need to download & install a PDF Reader which is Free. If you wish you can download following the link below for the Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.
Filling in the form on a PC or Laptop
IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW BELOW TO ENSURE A BLANK FORM ISN'T SENT:
Download & save a blank interactive form, even though it gives you the option of filling in the fields first. Save the form in downloads or another folder before completing as sends a blank form if DON'T do it this way. Re-open the saved form from your folder, complete and save again, Close and attach to email and send to email@example.com
Notes for Apple Mac - Use Safari as the Browser - Click on the interactive form link, which opens the form within Safari. Complete Form and click on File > Export as PDF. This will save the form locally on the Mac. Can either open your emails and attach it as a file, or go to where it is saved, open it, then click on the file icon with the arrow (same as on an iPad) and then select email. Please note: the calculator part may not work - so please manually add up the total.