1. For the text you don't want to print select a style. Then write a macro that sets that style to a white colored font, then prints the document, then resets the style to what it was.
2. Make a data-entry form in MS Access. Then make a report with only the filled-in fields (and possibly some constants as the current date or the users name), coupled to a 'print' button on the data-entry form.
3. This is for Word 97. Tools>Options>Print, check "Only print data in forms". It says it's only valid for the current document, and I don't know if it's saved. So you might need a small macro to activate it. But it's easier than #1, in my opinion.
Hope this helps.
We have a pre-printed form that our clerks still type in using the typewriter. We want to save the data that the clerks are typing into the form.
Made a template using Word but I can't figure out how to put labels that won't print on the pre-printed form. Say for example this field is "Shipper's Name", I want to put the label "Shipper's Name" but I don't want this label to be printed. I just want the actual data that was typed-in to get printed.