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What Are Business Forms Used For? Business forms are used for everything from employment to legal contracts. For employment purposes a business form is typically used to weed out potential employees. Through a series of forms an employer will gather information to decide who is the best qualified candidate for a position. A business also uses a slew of required forms for new employees to validate whether an employee is eligible to legally work in the United States. A form needs to be filled out so that an employer can do a background check. There are new employee hire forms that are used to gather information for insurance and pay information. Most businesses have some type of form that an employee needs to use to track work load's and attendance. There are businesses that use forms to keep track of inventory and supplies
Use color strategically. Color in forms should be used with care - but used well it can really aid form completion and navigation. In general, yellow, for example, is a color to avoid as much as possible - text set in yellow on a typical light background can be very hard to read - and people can find yellow aggressive. A light shade of a color, like blue, across the whole background of a form relieves the eye from the harshness of a stark white background. And if the answer spaces people have to fill in are white, the tinted background both cues them in to where they write, and allows them to visually sense how much they have to fill in.
Manual business forms are generally word documents, available in CDs. These computer software packages are downloadable versions and are also available in CDs. These CDs cost about $99. You can easily purchase both forms through Internet. There are a number of dealers on the Internet offering high quality business forms in affordable rates. Some dealers offer free shipping for these packages. There are some effective software for form creation, with which you can create your business forms as per your norms.
Provide examples and guidance and notes at the point of need. Have you ever got half-way through a form and suddenly come to a question that asks you about something you don't understand or have no idea about where to find the answer? It's even more infuriating if the question says something like 'See our Guidance notes, page 6, paragraph 2'. When filling in your forms people want the information they need there and then. Put yourself in the form user's position and think about which questions they might have a problem with. Provide examples of the sorts of answers you are looking for, and where appropriate, provide guidance notes as near as possible to the question they relate to (i.e. in the actual form).
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