Help with PDF forms

Viewing and completing forms

When you click a link to one of our PDF forms, it will automatically open in the PDF viewer built into your internet browser (or it will prompt you to download the file). This enables you to view and print the form. The way to print varies between different internet browsers, but generally you can press on your keyboard Ctrl + P (on PC/Windows) or Command + P (on Mac).

Completing, saving and printing interactive PDF forms

The best way to complete an interactive PDF form is to download the form then open it with Adobe Acrobat Reader. Adobe Acrobat Reader is free to download from the Adobe website if you don’t already have it on your device.

You can press the ‘tab’ key to skip between response fields in the form. Alternatively, use your mouse to click on the field you wish to edit.

All fields in the forms have a set character limit. If there is not enough space to provide your details, use the ‘Additional Information’ section at the back of the form, or attach extra pages when you lodge the form with the insurer.

Once you have completed your form, you can save it to your computer and print it. To print the form, press on your keyboard Ctrl + P (on PC/Windows) or Command + P (on Mac).

Last modified 6 June 2021


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