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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which 8850 Form Website

Instructions and Help about Which 8850 Form Website

Hi everyone, this is Ian Lamont, author of [book title] and Docs in 30 minutes. Today, I'm going to be talking with you about how to use Forms and how to embed a form into a website or use it in other ways. Basically, this allows you to put a form on your own branded website or on your social media site. It's quite easy to do, so let's get started. First, go to Drive.com and look for your form. I've recently been working on one called "Pet Preferences". It's very simple. Select it and open it up by double-clicking it. This will bring you to the screen where you can edit the form. Now, I don't want to edit the form anymore. I'm all done with it. I've added a pretty banner up here, I have my questions, and I've demonstrated this in other videos, by the way. Now I want to take this form and put it on another website. Here's how you do it: At the top of the form, there's a button that says "Send". Click on that and you'll have a couple of different options to send the form. One way is by email. You can email somebody a link. The other way is to just take the link itself. Here's a link. You can copy it and then paste it into another webpage. Let's take a look and see what it looks like. Here's my form, but the problem with doing it this way is that the URL at the top is a URL from the form website. What if I want to put it on my own website? There's a way to do that. Here's how: Go back to the "Send Form" button and click on the icon that looks like two pointy brackets pointing in opposite directions....