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I am trying to design a form using form fields to be filled in by different
users on the computer. I insert a Text Form Field from the Forms Toolbar. How
can I change the size of the response field? For example, I want to allow
more room for the user to fill in their name than the response to a question
about their age. I am using Office 2003 with XP pro.
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Hi Ray,

To change the size of a Text Form Field in Microsoft Word 2003, you can follow these steps:
  1. Click on the Text Form Field that you want to resize.
  2. Click on the Properties button in the Forms Toolbar.
  3. In the Text Form Field Options dialog box, you will see a field labeled "Maximum Length". This field determines the maximum number of characters that can be entered in the Text Form Field.
  4. To change the size of the Text Form Field, you can adjust the "Maximum Length" value. A higher value will make the Text Form Field larger, while a lower value will make it smaller.
  5. You can also adjust the size of the Text Form Field by dragging the edges of the field with your mouse. To do this, click on the Text Form Field to select it, then click and drag one of the small squares on the edges of the field.

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Before protecting the form, double-click the form field; Word displays
the Form Field Options dialog box where you can specify the type of
field (regular text, number, date, etc.) and specify a maximum number
of characters allowed. Note that in order to control the layout, you
should also place the fields inside table cells with fixed dimensions.
For more, see
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/customizat...nTheBlanks.htm.

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I am trying to design a form using form fields to be filled in by

different
users on the computer. I insert a Text Form Field from the Forms

Toolbar. How
can I change the size of the response field? For example, I want to

allow
more room for the user to fill in their name than the response to a

question
about their age. I am using Office 2003 with XP pro.
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ray






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