Columns doesn't make much sense?
The problem with forms in MS Word is that they are protected. So tables won't grow. All users can do on a form is fill the unprotected fields in the existing rows.
So it's time to consider alternatives:
- don't use a form, just a template (a table in a normal Word document can be set to behave as you want)
- use MS Excel
- use MS Access (with some database behind it)
- use a webform (with some database behind it)
- write a VB application
I am creating an office form for accounting for activity, chronologically. The document has a header and a table. The table has two rows as a header which needs to print at the top of each new page. Then there needs to be rows, for the actual information to be entered, which generate as they are filled in. Because I can't predict the amount of activity there will be, I can't preset the number of columns. And again, when the table spans more than one page I need the header section to reprint.
Is there a way to do this?
Sorry if this doesn't make sense, it's the end of a very long day. I'll re-read this tommorow and clarify if needed.