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Introduction

If you work in an office environment with Microsoft Office Word 2003, or are part of some other group that routinely collaborates in document preparation, learning the basics of document sharing is a must. The greater the number of people that interact with a document before it reaches final form, the more critical it becomes for you to keep track of versions, comments, the source of all editing marks, and adequately manage the process of correcting them.

Forms are an easy way to collect information in a consistent manner, such as a survey, invoice, or order form. With a form you can ask specific questions and get the response in the format that you want, such as yes/no, itemized list, or a brief comment. Forms can be either printed or online documents with instructions, questions, and fields where users can enter their responses.


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