Blank 1099 Form
Creating a form - Basic form properties - When creating a form, you will first be prompted to identify your form properties. Enter a name for your form and then fill out the additional settings. See below for an explanation of each setting. Active - Determine if the form should be accessible yet. If the active option is not chosen, then users will not be able to complete the form. Leaving $Active$ unchecked allows you to work on a form before making it live to your users. Start/end time - The time period for which the form should be open. Submissions will only be accepted during this time period.
Add content controls _ Now you're ready to add the different parts of the form, which Word calls content control fields. To add a content control field, place your cursor in the desired location, then choose a field from the Controls group on the Developer tab. You can hover your mouse over the fields to see the different options. In this example, we're adding a text field so users can type their first names. The content control field will appear in the document. You can add several types of fields. For example, you can add check boxes for a yes_no question: Or even a date selection field: Once you've added all of your fields to the document, you're ready to send out the form for others to use.