- Before we can create forms, we need to have access…to the Developer tab on the Ribbon.…We have Home, Insert, Design, Layout, References,…Mailings, Review and View,…but no Developer tab.…To get to that tab, what we want to do…is open the Word menu,…and choose Preferences.…In the Authoring and Proofing Tool section,…click View, and under Ribbon, at the bottom,…enable Show developer tab.…Notice when we close when we close View in Preferences,…the Developer tab appears here.…
And this gives us access to the tools that we will use…to create forms.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Starting with a form template
- Gathering form requirements
- Formatting form tables
- Inserting form controls: lists, date pickers, check boxes, and more
- Protecting the form
- Saving a form as a Word template
- Sharing form templates with your team
Skill Level Intermediate
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