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Subject:Forms info. needed From:Tracey_Bryant -at- NOTES -dot- PW -dot- COM Date:Thu, 6 Mar 1997 10:47:20 EST
I'm gathering information about forms--designing, creating, and managing--and
would like to hear from others who have experience in this area.
The project I'm working on involves putting all of our forms in a central
location (a Lotus Notes v.3 database, in this case). Most of our forms are
still paper, but we've recreated several as electronic Notes forms or as Word
docs. Notes v.3 is pretty limited when it comes to design, and Word is
time-consuming, although we will have Notes v.4.5 later this year, and that may
Can anyone recommend software specifically for creating forms? Has anyone
tried F3? Notes/FX? Please correspond to me, not the list. Thanks in
advance for your help.