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  1. BADM 317Word Project 7 Creating an Online Form

  2. Objectives • Design an online form • Create a document template • Insert a table in a form • Insert text, drop-down, and check box form fields in a form

  3. Objectives • Format form fields • Add Help text to form fields • Insert and format a rectangle drawing object • Protect a form

  4. Objectives • Open a new document based on a template • Fill in a form • Save data on a form in a text file • Modify the location of workgroup templates

  5. Designing an Online Form ◙ 7-01 completed form

  6. Creating a Document Template • With Microsoft Office Word open, Click File on the menu bar and then click New • When Word displays the New Document task pane, click the On my computer link • When the Templates dialog box is displayed, if necessary, click the General tab • Click the Blank Document icon and then, if necessary, click Template in the Create New area • Click the OK button

  7. Creating a Document Template • With a disk in drive A, click the Save button on the Standard toolbar • Type A+ Dentist Locator in the File name box • Click the Save in box arrow • Click 3½ Floppy (A:)* in the Save in list • Click the Save button in the Save As dialog box (use.dot extension) • *Or your flahdrive

  8. Creating a Document Template

  9. Inserting a Borderless Table in a Form • Continue creating your form by following the instructions on pages WD 489 – WD 495 • Enter Text – top WD 495 • If the Forms toolbar is not displayed in the Word window, click View on the menu bar, point to Toolbars, and then click Forms • If necessary, scroll up so that the company name is positioned at the top of the document window • With the insertion point on line 11, click the Insert Table button on the Forms toolbar ◙ 7-13

  10. Inserting a Borderless Table in a Form (p. WD 495) • Position the mouse pointer on the cell in the first row and second column of the grid • Click the cell in the first row and second column of the grid • Point to the first cell in the table to display the table move handle • Click the table move handle to select the table

  11. Inserting a Borderless Table in a Form • Click the Border button arrow on the Formatting toolbar • Click No Border on the border palette • Click the first cell of the table to remove the selection • If the table displays gridlines, click Table on the menu bar and then click Hide Gridlines (see next page)

  12. Inserting a Borderless Table in a Form

  13. Inserting a Text Form Field • With the insertion point in the first cell of the table as shown on the previous slide, type First Name and then press the COLON (:) key • Press the SPACEBAR • Click the Text Form Field button on the Forms toolbar • If Word does not display the form field shaded in gray, click the Form Field Shading button on the Forms toolbar (see next page)

  14. Inserting a Text Form Field

  15. Specifying Text Form Field Options • Double-click the text form field • When Word displays the Text Form Field Options dialog box, press the UNDERSCORE (_) key 15 times in the Default text text box • Double-click the Maximum length box and then type 15 as the length • Click the Text format box arrow and then click First capital in the Text format list

  16. Specifying Text Form Field Options • Click the OK button • Press the TAB key to move the insertion point to the beginning of the next cell in the table

  17. Inserting and Specifying Options for a Text Form Field • With the insertion point at the beginning of the second cell of the table, type Last Name and then press the COLON (:) key. Press the SPACEBAR • Click the Text Form Field button on the Forms toolbar • Double-click the text form field for the last name. When Word displays the Text Form Field Options dialog box, press the UNDERSCORE key 20 times in the Default text text box. Double-click the Maximum length box and then type 20 as the length. Click the Text format box arrow and then click First capital in the Text format list • Click the OK button (see next page)

  18. Inserting and Specifying Options for a Text Form Field

  19. Inserting a Drop-Down Form Field • Click the paragraph mark below the 1 × 2 table to position the insertion point below the First Name caption and then press the ENTER key • Type How easy was it to find a dentist using our Web site? • Press the SPACEBAR • Click the Drop-Down Form Field button on the Forms toolbar (see next page)

  20. Inserting a Drop-Down Form Field ◙ 7-13

  21. Specifying Drop-Down Form Field Options • Double-click the drop-down form field • When Word displays the Drop-Down Form Field Options dialog box, press the UNDERSCORE key 15 times in the Drop-down item text box • Click the Add button • With the insertion point positioned in the Drop-down item text box, type Very Easy and then click the Add button

  22. Specifying Drop-Down Form Field Options • Type Easy and then click the Add button • Type Fair and then click the Add button • Type Difficult and then click the Add button • Type Very Difficult and then click the Add button

  23. Specifying Drop-Down Form Field Options • Click the OK button • Press the END key to move the insertion point to the end of the line • Press the ENTER key twice (see next page)

  24. Specifying Drop-Down Form Field Options

  25. Inserting and Specifying Options for a Text Form Field • With the insertion point positioned two lines below the previous entry, as shown in Figure 7-24 on page WD 503, type On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the best, rate the dentist you visited: and then press the SPACEBAR • Click the Text Form Field button on the Forms toolbar • Double-click the newly inserted text form field for the dentist rating. When Word displays the Text Form Field Options dialog box, click the Type box arrow and then click Number in the Type list. Press the TAB key to position the insertion point in the Maximum length box and then type 2 as the length. Press the TAB key to position the insertion point in the Default number text box and then press the UNDERSCORE key two times • Click the OK button (see next page)

  26. Inserting and Specifying Options for a Text Form Field

  27. Inserting a Check Box Form Field • Follow the instructions on pages WD 505 – WD 506 – enter text and borderless table • With the insertion point in the first cell of the table, click the Check Box Form Field button on the Forms toolbar • Press the SPACEBAR. Type Checkup and then press the TAB key • Follow the instructions on page WD 508 to insert additional check box form fields (see next page)

  28. Inserting a Check Box Form Field ◙ 7-31

  29. Inserting and Specifying Options for a Text Form Field • Click the Text Form Field button on the Forms toolbar • Double-click the text form field for Other (please specify). When Word displays the Text Form Field Options dialog box, press the UNDERSCORE key 30 times in the Default text text box • Click the OK button (see next page)

  30. Inserting and Specifying Options for a Text Form Field

  31. Underlining in Color • Click the text form field for the first name to select it • Right-click the selection • Click Font on the shortcut menu • When Word displays the Font dialog box, if necessary, click the Font tab

  32. Underlining in Color • Click the Underline style box arrow and then click the first underline in the list • Click the Underline color box arrow and then click Plum on the color palette • Click the OK button (see next page)

  33. Underlining in Color

  34. Using the Format Painter Button • With the text form field for the first name selected as shown in Figure 7-33 on page WD 511, double-click the Format Painter button on the Standard toolbar • Click the text form field for the last name • Drag through the ease-of-use drop-down form field

  35. Using the Format Painter Button • Click the text form field for the dentist rating • Click the text form field for Other (please specify) • Click the Format Painter button on the Standard toolbar to turn off the format painter

  36. Using the Format Painter Button

  37. Adding Help Text to a Form Field • Double-click the text form field for the first name • Click the Add Help Text button • When Word displays the Form Field Help Text dialog box, if necessary, click the Status Bar tab • Click Type your own

  38. Adding Help Text to a Form Field • Type Enter your first name • Click the OK button • Click the OK button in the Text Form Field Options dialog box • Follow the instructions on page WD 516 to add more help text (see next page)

  39. Adding Help Text to a Form Field

  40. Drawing a Rectangle • Click at the end of the form, positioning the insertion point after the date field • If the Drawing toolbar is not displayed on the screen, click the Drawing button on the Standard toolbar • Click the Rectangle button on the Drawing toolbar • Press the ESC key to remove the drawing canvas • Scroll up and position the cross hair mouse pointer as shown in Figure 7-41 on page WD 519

  41. Drawing a Rectangle • Drag the mouse pointer downward and rightward to form a rectangle around the data entry area, as shown in Figure 7-42 on page WD 519 • Release the mouse button • If Word positions the form text below the rectangle, click Format on the menu bar, click AutoShape, click the Layout tab, click In front of text, and then click the OK button • If you need to resize the rectangle after it is drawn, simply drag the sizing handles (see next page)

  42. Drawing a Rectangle

  43. Drawing a Rectangle • Point to edge of the drawing object until mouse pointer displays a four-headed arrow, right click • Point to Order on the shortcut menu • Click Sent Behind Text.

  44. Fill a Drawing Object with a Texture • With the rectangle selected, click the Fill Color button arrow on the Drawing toolbar. • Click the Fill Effects button • When Word displays the Fill Effects dialog box, if necessary, click the Texture tab • Click the first texture in the third row (Blue tissue paper) • Click OK

  45. Changing Line Colors, Adding a Shadow • Wit the rectangle selected, click the Line Color button arrow on the Drawing toolbar • Click Plum • Click Shadow Style button on the Drawing toolbar • Click Shadow Style 13 • Click inside the selected rectangle to remove the selection

  46. Adding Text • Click the Drawing button on the Standard toolbar to remove the Drawing toolbar • Position the insertion point at the end of the current date, press ENTER key. • Click Font Size arrow, select 14. Click Bold and Center. Set Font Color to Sea Green. • Type Thank you for your time!

  47. Protecting a Form • Click the Protect Form button on the Forms toolbar • Remove the Forms toolbar from the screen by clicking its Close button

  48. Closing the Template Window • Hide Formatting Marks by clicking ¶ • Click the Save button • Click File, then Close

  49. Accessing a Template through Windows Explorer • Click the Start button on the Windows taskbar and then right-click My Computer on the Start menu • Click Explore on the shortcut menu • When the Explorer window opens, if necessary, double-click its title bar to maximize the window

  50. Accessing a Template through Windows Explorer • In the Folders bar, click 3½ Floppy (A:) • Double-click the A+ Dentist Locator icon in the Explorer window • Scroll down so the entire form is displayed in the Word window (see next page)