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26 Nov 18 #505046 by humdrum
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Can anyone tell me whether there is a version of form E anywhere that you can fill in online and save, and ideally provide the link? Most grateful as my handwriting is too poor to do it by hand.

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26 Nov 18 #505052 by .Sylvia
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Tyr this one - assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/governm...88215/form-e-eng.pdf

I've just checked it, and it's interactive, so you should be able to complete it online. When you're done, print off copies - always make sure you keep one for yourself :)

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26 Nov 18 #505064 by humdrum
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Thanks for the link, I can fill it on the screen, but can't get it to save. Am I missing something?

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26 Nov 18 #505065 by .Sylvia
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I don't think so - the form can be reset, but not saved. Maybe complete one by hand first, and then when you are satisfied with the information, fill in the online PDF and print out completed copies.

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26 Nov 18 #505066 by Cheesestring
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I had this problem too, it doesn't let you save it or return to same page. What I would recommend is complete a form by hand. Then using the pdf input the details one page at a time. Print that page and then move onto next page.

In the end you will have a complete handwritten form E and a corresponding typed up form e.

Then just photocopy the final typed up version and send to court and exchange with otherside, don't forget to get one for yourself.

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26 Nov 18 #505067 by humdrum
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That is so crazy, it takes ages even to copy all the information in once you have assembled it. I would like to take a break and do it on different days.

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20 Mar 21 #516149 by JC
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Hi, I'm doing mine now. There are a few work arounds I think - Adobe Acrobat have a free 7 day trial for editable PDF I think. . There are also PDF converters on the internet such as PDFfiller. You have to set up a free account and open your pdf file. You can then edit it and download it at the end. I'm trying this currently and seems to be working

the site I used is www.pdffiller.com/

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