Now that you've installed Form Tools on your webserver, you can start adding forms to be stored and accessible within its interface. This tutorial provides a quick introduction to how this step works.
As mentioned throughout the documentation, Form Tools does not create forms - it only processes and stores their content. It was deliberately designed to "form builder agnostic": it doesn't force you to generate your forms through one or other program; Form Tools is compatible with any type of web form - even forms stored in Flash or Silverlight scripts. As long as it can send a POST request, Form Tools can handle it!
Next stop: the two ways to configure your forms to submit their content: POST forms and API forms.