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Form Format in Word?


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buzzzz123

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Is there a way to create forms in MS Word (or another application)? For example, I have rental conracts that I want to fill out electronically and print. As of right now, I'm using a type writer to fill in the information. :mad:

The contracts are in MS Word format already. Right now when I fill in the information, the "line" (where the info goes) shifts the other words and overwrites the line. I want the information to be on top of the line, without removng the line.

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TIA
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BTW, this is MS Word 2000.
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Nevermind!, I got it!
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:tazz: thats what i like...someone who answers their own posts.....save you having to think!!!
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