What is the difference btwn Reader and Acrobat Pro?

Hello,
My Requirement in broader sense: I am developing an VISITOR Info. Adobe Interactive Form, i have Designer 8.1 and Reader 9.0 in my Windows 7 Laptop. When i checked the menu EDIT-->form properties --> Compatability, its Adobe XML form File (XDP)
When i opened this VISITOR interactive form in a browser, right clicking and checked form PROPERTIES, then i saw the "PDF Version: 1.6 (Acrobat 7.x)" (pls. let me know what is the correct forum for me to post my questions)
My 1 sub-set of my Requirement: Front desk guy want to open this VISITOR Info form and enters addresss details + attaches some ID proof photo copy of JPEG format + Writes some COMMENTS in the form
Pls. let me know
1) is my software inventory is enough to go ahead and develop a interactive form (as mentioned VISITOR Info)? or do i need any more software?
2) I saw Acrobat Pro version 10.x.......do i need this softaware as well to get my requirement done (VISITOR Info)?
3) What is the difference between Reader 9.0 and Acrobat Pro 10.x?
Thank you

Thank you.
Yes, here am confusing! If i create the forms with Acrobat, then, why do i need LiveCycle designer?
Pls. let me      know what do you mean "Create forms", is it like writing a letter/some text like MicroSoft word doc and finally saving it on our local machine/desktop?
THank you

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