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

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Users

Has this ever happened to you when you're filling out a form that someone else created in Word? While Word forms may look good, if they don't behave well when you fill them out, they can cause frustration on the part of the form filler and perhaps even incorrect data. To create great forms in Word, first you'll need to add the developer tab. Open the file tab, choose options, and then customize ribbon. Just click the check next to the developer tab. It should be the only one unchecked. If it's not already added to your ribbon, you won't need most of what's here. We're just going to be using some of the buttons in the controls group on the insert tab. I'm going to choose table and then convert text to table. That gets our data in a more organized format that's a little easier to work with in a table. Now we can start putting in our form fields. On the developer tab, in the controls group, click on the plain text control. That's this one here. If you choose the other text button, rich text control, it'll allow form fillers to use bold, italic, color, whatever to format their entries if that's what you want. You can certainly use it. Most of our form fields will work fine with this type of text control. Now click on "design mode" to change the default instructions. After adding each field, click on properties and then name the field. If you know how to use XML data, these tags can be used in XML schemas to process the data programmatically. Whether or not that's your intention, having the tag names can make your forms easier to decipher. In design mode, you can see the tags disappear when I click...