Hi there, and sorry for the delay.
You say you have Windows XP as your Operating System. Do you also have Microsoft Office installed? It is a suite of applications including Word for word processing, Excel for spreadsheets, as well as others.
I ask because I wonder if this 'word windows XP professional development template' is something to do with Microsoft Office or not. Do you mean Microsoft Word Professional Development Template for Windows XP? I have searched for various combinations of those words, and all I can come up with that looks official is "Microsoft's Office Personal Portfolio 2002 Complete Package" here;
Is that similar?
If not, where did you get it from, and what is its proper name?
The problem is, if his is not an official package from Microsoft it may be poorly designed. If it is, but if you do not have Microsoft Office installed on your computer, then it may be that you need Office for it to work properly.
In Word I don't know how you would save a document as a form. That doesn't seem to be an option in the File > Save As dialog options window. Tell us more about what you need this package for.
Hiya peeps. Ive just about had enough of my computer and need help!. Basically I have windows xp on my computer,all up to date and running well. I purchased a word windows xp professional developement template disc for my professional portfolio. When I load it up is comes up as a word document (62 pages). It has boxes where I can type in my details i.e education, previous employement etc etc. However when I start typing in the boxes they go out of shape and then everything else is distorted on the page and it looks all messy :-(. Iam not very computer minded but one of my collegues mentioned today as possibly saving it as a "form" that way the boxes will stay as solid structures and not make a mess of the page. But she didnt and I dont know how to do this???
Any help or ideas would be great as I need to get this done asap for my appraisal, and Ive eaten a whole packet of wine gums in distress!!