Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Using tables to design a form, part of Word 2010: Forms.
When you start creating a form in Microsoft Word 2010 you might start with one…of several different sources.…As we saw in an earlier movie you could use a template that someone else had created.…But it may be that you have a paper form that's used in your office or a form…that doesn't exist anywhere else that you need to create from scratch.…Whether you are re-creating a manual form electronically or creating a form from…scratch, you'll use Word tables to lay out your form and to help keep all of the…different parts and sections of it together to structure the form itself.…
If you don't have a form that you're starting with already then you'll begin by…making a list of the data that needs to be included in the form and organizing…it in a way that makes sense to you.…We're taking look at our list of information that we're going to use to create a…pledge form for the Two Trees Olive Oil Foundation.…This is a form that will be used internally by employees who give money to the…group that strengthening the communities where we work and live.…
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
1. Getting to Know Word Forms
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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