What is the current FormDocs Contractor Bid
Proposal Application software version?
FormDocs v11.0 Contractor Bid Proposal
Which versions of Windows does FormDocs Contractor
Bid Proposal run on?
FormDocs Contractor Bid Proposal Application runs on both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7.
However, FormDocs does not run on Windows 8 RT.
Does FormDocs run on Apple Mac computers?
Yes, but because FormDocs is a Windows application, in order to run FormDocs on a Mac you must separately purchase and install 'Parallels' or 'VMWare Fusion' software as well as a copy of Windows.
Contractor Bid Proposal run on Android
No. At this time FormDocs works only on computers and Tablets that run a Windows operating system.
Can FormDocs Contractor Bid Proposal forms be filled-in using only a Web Browser?
No. FormDocs is a Windows application that must be installed on a computer.
Where are my Form Files stored?
Filled-in forms can be safely stored on your computer, USB Flash Drive, in Cloud storage (Dropbox, OneDrive, etc.) or on a shared Network drive.
Is the FormDocs Contractor Bid Proposal Free Trial fully functional?
Yes. The free trial is fully functional and allows you to fill-in, print or email actual Bid Proposals.
How long is the FormDocs Contractor Bid Proposal Free Trial period?
30 days. After the free trial period expires the printing and email features will stop working.
Can I move my licensed copy of FormDocs from one computer to another?
Yes. First ensure the computer has a working connection to the internet, then start Windows Control Panel and run 'Add/Remove Programs'. Select FormDocs in the list of programs and click 'Remove'. During the un-install process you may be prompted by your security software for permission to make an internet connection, which you must allow. When completed this process frees up your FormDocs license so that you can install it onto some other computer.
My computer's hard drive crashed. Can I reinstall FormDocs
after replacing the drive?
Yes. FormDocs can recognize the same computer even if you re-image, re-format or replace the hard drive.