Volunteer Forms by Email
If you have been working as a Volunteer
Coordinator for the past 5 years you probably have noticed an increase
in the number of request for receiving your volunteer forms by email.
In fact, email may be fast becoming the preferred method of sending and
receiving volunteer information.
Taking some time to understand how this tool bar works will help you develop forms that stay consistent upon their return and allow you to better manage the information collected. There are three regular uses for the Forms Tool bar. They are:
This last form is the one to use if your
forms are getting changed from your designed format. This form allows
you to designate fields where information can be entered without changing
the design of your form.
Teaching Yourself to Use the Forms Toolbar
If you learn by playing, then try going
to View / Toolbars / Forms. This will open the Forms Toolbar
and you can experiment with the buttons.
Taking Control of AutoComplete
Have you ever noticed, that when you go to fill out
a form online or type in a web address, that many times a drop down list
appears with the very information you are entering? Or, perhaps you would
like this to happen for you automatically? If so, now is the time to take
control of AutoComplete.
Your web browser allows you to turn on or turn off the
AutoComplete feature or modify how it works. You can use if just
for web forms, entering web addresses or passwords or a combination that
After awhile you may find that your list is long and
you want to remove some of these. Generally you can highlight the information
you want removed and press the delete key. Sometimes you may have to go
into the menu and click on the clear forms or passwords buttons.
Quick Tip: Quick Launch
Would you like quick access to your favorite Windows
Now, just click on your favorite program in the taskbar to open it.
Do you know of a better way? Or do you have any questions? Drop me a note at Michael@MichaelStills.com.
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