Assuming the definition of 'form' as follows (see definition #6 here):
"a printed document with blank spaces for information to be inserted."
What could you call a printed document with the blank spaces filled in, if you were trying to use a word that differentiated those printed documents from the ones that haven't been filled in?
To help clarify the situation a little more, let me explain the two concepts that we are working with. We have several online 'forms' that people fill out in order to provide us with background information about them. We also keep hard-copies of the information they have provided, but these 'forms' do not correlate directly with the online 'forms.' For example, online we have "Personal Information", "Biographical", and "Financial" forms. The printed 'forms' contain information from several of these 'online' forms.
For example, the financial form pulls name, address, etc., from the personal information form. So you see, the printed forms are not really submissions because they are created after the 'submissions' have been gathered. They are also not really the 'completed' or 'filled' forms. Also, 'printed' won't work either because, although I mentioned we keep hard copies, they are also used electronically as well. We are looking for very unambiguous terms because of the confusion that has resulted in the past (you would be surprised).