For example, let's say you're organizing a field trip and want everyone to send in their permission forms electronically. To simplify the process, you could create a form in Microsoft Word. A form allows you to create placeholders for different types of information, such as text, dates, yes_no questions, and so on. This makes it easier for everyone to know what type of information to include, and it also helps ensure all of the information is formatted the same way.
Building your form - After you determine the settings for your form, you'll be taken to the form builder and you will land on the first page of your form. At any time, you can jump back into the settings by clicking Form Properties in the top right of the page. In addition, you can jump to additional pages of the form by clicking Page List in the top left. To name the page, click Page Properties in the top right. The name of each page will be visible to users filling out the form.