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Using Fillable Worksheets

Therapist Aid's fillable worksheets will allow you to complete handouts on your phone or computer, without the need to print. All you'll need is PDF reading software, which comes pre-installed on most devices. However, if you're having trouble completing or saving our forms, we're here to help.

Troubleshooting Tips

Save worksheet files to your device.

Opening a fillable worksheet within an internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, or Firefox) may prevent you from saving your work. Instead, the file should be saved to your device and opened with a dedicated PDF reader.

  1. Right click the worksheet download link.
  2. In the menu that appears, click "Save Target As" or "Save Link As" (this language may vary between devices).
  3. Specify the location on your device where you would like to save the file, and then click"Save".
  4. After the file has been saved, browse to the specified location on your device, and open the file.
Install a PDF reader (if you don't already have one).

A PDF reader is an application or app on your device that will allow you to open worksheet files. Most devices have a PDF reader pre-installed. However, if you are unable to open our worksheets, PDF readers can be downloaded for free. Here are some of our recommendations:

PDF Reader Devices Price Download
Acrobat Reader Windows Computers, Apple Computers (OSX) Free link
Foxit Reader Windows Computers, Apple Computers (OSX) Free link
Acrobat Reader Mobile iOS (iPhones, iPads), Android Free iOS, Android
Save your work!

Like any other document, you must save your work. Click the "Save" button in the top right corner of any fillable worksheet and follow the on-screen prompts. Or, click the "File" and "Save As" buttons in your PDF reader.

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