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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will 8850 Form Documentation

Instructions and Help about Will 8850 Form Documentation

We're in Microsoft Word 2016, and I'm going to show you how to create forms. I have already added preset questions, which will save you time. In other videos, they make you sit through the process of creating the form, but I'll cut to the chase and help you create your forms right away. Let's start with the first question - "Would you like to continue?" To insert a check content control, go to the location where you want it and select it. The person can then check the if they want to continue. You can even add instructions beside the check. The next question is about the date. To insert a date content control, go to the "Date Picker Content Control" and insert it where you want it. Right-click on the control to further customize it. For the question about color, you have the option of using a combo or a drop-down list. The combo allows the user to type their preferred color or select one from the drop-down list. Finally, for the last question, which requires the user to choose a preset, use a drop-down list. You can highlight the options and define them using the Merriam-Webster dictionary, which appears when you click on "Define". After setting up all the questions, save the document as a template on your desktop. To make any changes to the fields, go to the developer tab and click on "Design Mode". Right-click on the fields to access properties and make adjustments as needed. Once you're done with customization, switch back to regular mode, save the document, and close it. When you reopen it, the form will be ready to use. Simply check the es, pick dates and colors, and choose from the dropdown lists. Creating different types of forms and customizing them...