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Patty Ewy wrote:
> Does anyone have a good resource (book or web page) that outlines what
> consitutes good design of a form? I know what I like on a form: big spaces for
> my big printing. But what else is key?
Will this form be processed by a data entry person? I would hope that the fields on the
form are arranged as logically as possible for use by the applicant, but I would also
hope that the data entry program follows the form too - for easy data entry.
Sorry - I don't have a resource to quote from. Just personal experience.
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