Q. How do I use my .doc form(s) after I've downloaded it?

First thing is, your computer MUST have Microsoft Word in order to use the .doc forms. Wordpad and other programs don't work, only Microsoft Word will allow the .doc forms to work.

Navigate to where you've saved the form on your computer and click it to open it.

Once you're looking at the full form, roll your curser over one of the fields and click. The field will 'activate' and you'll be able to type in your information. Once you're done with that field, hit the 'tab' key and your curser will jump to the next field which will 'activate' allowing you to fill it in. Continue until you've filled in all the fields.

Once you've got the form filled in you'll probably want to save a copy of the filled in form under a different file name. You can give it any name you want as long as you make sure to put the .doc at the end of the file name.

When you're done with the form, close it and it'll sit there quietly until you need it again. You can use it as many times as you ever need to and you don't even have to be online to do it. Because the form resides on your computer, any time you need it you just pop it open, fill it in and print it. :)

If you ever lose the form, once again no worries! Just send us an email telling us which forms you bought and we'll email you new copies at no charge. :)

Forms that have more than one page -

Sometimes when printing a form that is comprised of more than one page, you may need to print only one or more pages but not all pages. In this case, when you are 'telling' your printer to print the form there is an option that you'll want to watch for.

You'll have the option of printing 'all' pages or 'some' pages. To print 'some' pages, you'll need to check that option and then tell it which page(s) you want to print. For example, say you've got a 3 page form and you only need to print the first page. You'll 'tell' your printer to print page 1 of 3. If you need page 1 and 2 of 3 you'll 'tell' your printer to print page 1 of 3 and then 2 of 3.

Remember, if using the PDF version, don't close the form until you've saved a copy and/or printed as many copies as you need.

If you have any questions, comments, doubts, complaints, PLEASE let me know so that I can help. My goal is to get you up and running with your new form(s) in record time! :) You can click here --> send me an email <-- and I'll get right back to you. (why no phone) Thank you! :)

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