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See how your form looks onscreen and on the printed form

Look at the form onscreen and then do a print preview to see how it looks when it's printed. Since what prints on the form can be (and probably is) different from what you see onscreen when you fill out the form, consider both uses.

To do this task

  1. Open the form onscreen to see how the template affects what you see in the form window.

    Things to think about
    • Does it have all or most of the fields you need when you fill out the form onscreen?

    • Does it have enough room for you to enter your line item descriptions?

    • If you want to print shipping labels, does it have a Ship To box?

  2. Click the Print Preview button at the top right side of the form to see how the printed form will look. (What you see onscreen is probably different from what you see when the form is printed.)

    Templates list in form window

    Things to think about
    • Does it show enough (or not too much) detail for your customers or vendors?

    • Does it have a special section, like a tear-off (remittance) section or a signature line?

    • Does it have all the information your customers or vendors need when they receive the form?

    • Will you be printing the form on an Intuit preprinted form? If so, make sure there are no lines or borders around any of the fields.

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