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

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Pdf

Hello, this is Randy with Excel for Freelancers. Today, in our training, we will be discussing how to take information from a table and automatically fill in multiple PDF forms with a single click of a button. Join us for this amazing training! Alrighty, let's get started. We will begin with a table that contains a total of 10 names. This table includes basic information for our contacts, which we will refer to as patients in this case. Now, let's discuss the reason why you might want to use this type of macro. Imagine you work in a medical office and your boss asks you to complete patient intake forms for each and every patient. The forms require information such as the patient's last name, first name, address, city, state, zip code, and email. Instead of manually filling out each form, Excel can automate this process using VBA. We even have a PDF form available for this purpose. In this training, we will automate the filling of information in the PDF form using the last name, first name, address, city, state, and zip code fields. We will then save each form in a folder with the patient's distinct name. For now, we will focus on saving the forms individually. To get started, we need to add some buttons to our Excel worksheet. These buttons will allow us to locate the PDF form template and the folder where the saved forms will be stored. I have already populated the table with data and included a PDF template for demonstration purposes. Let's begin by adding a button to locate the PDF template. This button will open a browse window for us to select the template file. I have already written a VBA macro for this purpose. Next, we will format the button to our liking, perhaps by...