Regarding participle adjectives (amazing, amazed, sending, sent..), when the verb is a phrasal verb (fill up/in/out), where should it be placed as an adjective?
The filled out form will be sent to the store.
The form filled out will be sent to the store.
I know that when the participle acts as a single adjective, without any modifier, it comes attributively (before the noun) - The amazing boy is here; however, when there are other modifiers, it comes as a post-modifier (after the noun): The boy amazing the girls is here.
So, since "out, up and in" in "fill" belong to the verb, should I treat it as an "additional information" and place it as a post-modifier, or treat them as elements that make up the verb and place them attributively?