Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Formatting form tables, part of Word 2007: Forms.
We've added tables to provide structure to our form, and now what we want to…do is use the Table Design tools to make our form look better and make it…easier for the user.…When we were entering information in our table, there were places where there…was a carriage return or a paragraph mark that was added, and you might wonder…how you find out where those are.…Well let's do that first, because if you turn on the Show/Hide Paragraph Marks…it's pretty easy to pick out the single symbol that's keeping a line from moving down.…
Here's another one, after Expiration Date, and yet another one, after Billing Zip Code.…So rather than go from line to line and delete those, you can simply find them…pretty easily as part of your formatting.…Now if we take a look at the Table Design tools, we have Borders and…Shading tools here.…We will also find those on the Home tab.…Here's the Shading tool, here's the Border tool here in the Paragraph group.…But let's go ahead and work with them here in Design, so we have access to some…
AuthorGini von Courter
Prerequisite Course: Word 2007 Essential Training
- Customizing pre-built Microsoft.com templates
- Inserting content controls
- Saving a form as a template
- Troubleshooting form issues
- Understanding Building Blocks
- Creating a schema using the Content Control Toolkit
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting to Know Word Forms
Formatting form tables7m 33s
2. Inserting Form Controls to Capture Data
3. Finishing a Form
4. Creating Internal Forms with Building Blocks
5. Creating Controls That Repeat Data
What's next?5m 13s
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