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I hope I am posting in the right place. If not, I apologize. As I said, I'm probably over my head and might have a hard time explaining what I'm actually wanting an answer to, but here goes!

I would like to include an interactive form in my marketing. I have seen websites offering free forms for those of us (like myself) who haven't a clue how to write code but it seems as though they are mainly for websites. I want a single form that I can load on my flash drive, give to someone, they can bring up the form on their computer, fill in the form and save that copy for their own personal use. IS THIS POSSIBLE? If it is possible, can it be done using a "free form" or is it going to be a huge expense?

I hope I explained myself... :D and thanks for any response.
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