DMV offers many forms which can be filled out on your computer rather than by hand or typewriter.
Be sure to have everything you need to complete the form before you begin. Some older DMV forms may not save the information if you hit the Save button. Here are some other tips:
Forms are not submitted electronically. Print the completed form and submit it by mail, fax or in-person. Many forms requires witnessed signatures. You may complete these in advance, however you must wait until you are at the DMV or Notary Public to sign them.
You must install Adobe Reader or similar software to open PDF files on your computer.
Right click on the link or file, and choose Save Target As (or Save File As) then save the file to your computer. You also may choose to "save to disk" under the preference settings of your browser, depending on the operating system and browser you have. You can then close your Internet browser and start Reader as a separate application from its desktop icon or from Start > Programs.
Use the Adobe toolbar print button to print, not your web browser's print command.
Reader has various check boxes and options in its print dialog box. Begin with these settings and try others if needed.
If the form still does not print correctly, you should try placing check marks in each box. Observe the result in the preview window.
For legal size forms, you may also click the "Properties" box next to the name of the printer to select Legal Size paper. On some printers, you may also have to click on "Advanced" to be able to select paper size.