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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 2220 Etc

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Etc

Welcome back! Today is February 10th, 2017, and it is Friday. Today, I'm going to show you a tip in Forms that can save you a bunch of time. So let's get started. Oftentimes, you might create a form. Let's do one from scratch here in Forms. We'll go to "New" and create a new form. Let's call this form "Test Form." I will type in the first question: "What's your name?" That's fine. Now, let's add another question. Another question you might ask often is, "What's your district?" You don't want them to necessarily type it in, but you want it to be a multiple-choice question. However, you don't want to go through all 13 districts every time you create a new form. I'm going to show you a quick way to populate these choices from an existing list of data. First, let's go back to Drive. You'll see that I previously created a document called "Form Choices." Let's open that up. In this document, we have two columns. For now, we'll focus on the first column. You can add as many columns as you want for all the different choices you want to create. But let's just focus on districts for now. I have a column header called "District" and all the districts are listed underneath. You can easily add more districts at any time, and they'll automatically be brought into the form. Let's go back to the form. I already typed in "District" and selected "Multiple Choice." If we click on the puzzle piece add-on button, we will see "Form Ranger." If it's not there, I'll put a link in the show notes for you to add it to your Forms. Let's go ahead and click on "Form Ranger" and then click on "Start." Now, we can see the options...