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We have Word 2000 (on Windows 98) and want to take advantage of the Forms
We have a document that we want ot put online and let users fill in the
blanks. Some of the form features, like check boxes, are easy to insert.
Others, like drop-down lists, are more difficult. We do not have additional
documentation (yet. we have a book on order). Any insights as to the best
way to approach this?
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