Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Starting with a template from Microsoft.com, part of Word 2010: Forms in Depth.
When you're creating a new form in Microsoft Word 2010, the odds are good that…you want to create a form that can be filled out on a computer, a form that…you can email to another user, that they can then type into and send back to you by email.…Perhaps you already have a form that was created in Word that was used for a…print form that could be filled out with pencil or a pen. In that case that form…with some additional work might be a fine electronic form when it's done, so…that would be a great place to start.…But what if you don't have a form at all?…Well, if you're creating a form of a type that's new for your organization,…you may be able to get a great jumpstart on that by customizing an existing form…that someone else has created.…
The Microsoft office web site includes a number of forms that you can download for free.…To get to those forms, simply click File and then let's go to New and when…we do, you'll notice that we have all of these templates available on your computer.…However, we also have templates from Office.com in all kinds of…
AuthorGini von Courter
Prerequisite Course: Word 2010 Essential Training
- Setting up a form
- 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
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2. Inserting Form Controls to Capture Data
3. Finishing a Form
4. Creating Internal Forms with Building Blocks
5. Creating Controls That Repeat Data
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