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

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Prompt

When you want to prompt the user in a mail merge in Word for a value to insert a value that is not in your database, there are basically two options: the ask field and the fill-in. We are going to explain them today and show you how they are used. We will start with the fill-in field, which is easier, and then we'll do the script. Okay, we have a template here with some fields to add. We have filled it in, these are the fields we can see over here, and they want us to add a field for the user to be prompted for a value which will then be inserted there. We will do both fields here, so I am going to duplicate this line and do the fill-in here and ask you as you can see them, okay? So, we will start with a fill-in. For that, we go to Rules > Fill-in. Very easy, just insert the prompt, and then if you want a default filled-in text, you can fit it in here. And ask once, you should check it in so that it doesn't ask you for every letter for a value. Do you want a different body in every letter? Then you won't have to check this in, but normally you want the same value for the whole batch of letters for that time being, so you just say okay. And Word will show you an example of how the field will be. You can fill in if you want or not, as I'll just project that we can say okay. So, basically, if we highlight the field here, we'll get that one there. But if we press ALT + F9, we will see that we have a fill-in insert value over here. The...