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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 8815 Int

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 8815 Int

In this final recording, I want to show you how to blend a lot of the tools that we've learned in the last three or four units: templates, macros, and fill-ins to create very powerful documents. I've created a starter, so there's my unit 5 sample. Now, what this is is a letter that our library wants to send to parents whenever their kids are keeping books longer than they need to. We have a number of librarians, so a number of people could be using this template, and I want to make it as flexible and as powerful as we can. So, the first thing I'm going to do before I get to forget is save it as a template. I will probably do an export, but I don't believe export does - I know export doesn't do macro-enabled templates, so I need that. Here's my recording support files on my desktop, and I'm going to change the document type to a macro-enabled template. Unfortunately, when you do that, Microsoft Word sees the word "template," and it says, "Oh, you want that in your custom office templates." And, no, I don't. I want it in my recording support files. So, now I'm going to call this my overdue template. I like to put the word "template" in the document to help me remember. The extension might help, but that makes it extremely obvious. Now, this is a template. Whenever I send this letter, I want the current date in there. So, I'm going to insert an automatically updating date field here. I will select the date, then press Shift + End, and now I'm backing up with the arrow keys. Shift + arrow keys, remember you can use the arrows to highlight more. And, I'm going to insert the date field. I don't...