Create Fillable Forms In Word; that is,
How to Make “Fill in the Blank-Style” Word Documents
Content Controls & Macros Make It Easy
by JD Sartain | tech journalist | PCWorld | Sep 11, 2018 3:30 am
It’s a lot easier to create custom forms in Word than you might think and, certainly, much easier than it was many years ago. Under the Developer tab, Microsoft provides nine Content Controls, 12 ActiveX Controls, three Legacy Controls, and three Legacy Form features.
In Microsoft Word, Controls are pre-programmed tools that allow you to add and customize interactive content to your Word forms, templates, documents, and webpages. This article covers six of these Content Controls: Check Box, Combo Box, Drop-Down List Box, Rich Text and Plain Text Controls, and Date Picker.
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