Add a form-field to a PDF

I would like to create a pdf with an editable text field. In other words, a pdf that I can open in Adobe Reader and enter text at a specific location. Is this somehow possible with Mathematica ?

A form field like here:

If it works with a command line tool, that's also fine !

Here is code to generate a "white paper" without the text field of course:

paper = Graphics[{White, Rectangle[{0, 0}]}];
Export["test.pdf", paper]


EDIT: My platform is Windows 10. Any external software is fine, as long as it is free.

Thank you very much.

• I'm pretty sure it's impossible. – Szabolcs Sep 7 '18 at 12:32
• @Szabolcs It would be nice, though... Maybe by interfacing mathematica with some other program. – james Sep 7 '18 at 12:37
• I think something can be done using LaTeX and the package "hyperref". By the way, that is possible in R/RStudio with the package "knitr" (which loads "hyperref" automatically.) – Anton Antonov Sep 12 '18 at 13:18
• Since it can't be done without external software, you should probably specify what platform you're on, and perhaps narrow down the software you're willing to install. Eg. Acrobat (non-free), LaTeX (free but may be overkill), ... – Jens Sep 12 '18 at 16:41
• @Jens Thanks, I will do that! – james Sep 12 '18 at 17:03