- Perhaps your organization has a form…that they're already using.…Maybe it's a form that was created…in some other application,…and you print copies and people fill them out…by hand with a pen or apencil.…Maybe that form was created in Word.…And regardless of where that form was created,…if you can get it to Word,…you want to modify it so it can be…filled out on a computer…or emailed to someone else.…A form that your users can type into and return to you…electronically by email…rather than having to find a fax machine somewhere.…With a little work, any kind of a print form…that you can get to Word is a great place to start…and a form created in Word is the best form of all.…
And we'll talk about how to upgrade those forms…in the later movies in this chapter.…This movie concerns itself with the question about…where do you begin if you don't have a form at all.…No manual form exists in this organization.…This is a new piece of business for your company…and a form that's brand new.…Before you begin creating a form,…
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
Word for Mac 2016 Essential Trainingwith David Rivers4h 56m Beginner
Excel for Mac 2016 Essential Trainingwith Curt Frye6h 23m Beginner
1. Getting to Know Word Forms
2. Inserting Form Controls to Capture Data
3. Finishing a Form
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