FormsAssistant

Take control of your forms and boilerplate documents with FormsAssistant for Microsoft® Word®.

Only $39.95US

  • Fill out forms and templates in Word in seconds, not minutes.
  • Quickly reuse information you've already typed.
  • Create new forms while you are working in Word.
  • Protect what you don't want changed in each document.

The main window of FormsAssistant

What FormsAssistant does for you

  • Reuse, not retype.

    If a part of your job is filling in standard forms, templates and Word documents, FormsAssistant can save you hours each week by reusing instead of retyping the work you've already done.

  • Build a Clips library.

    There's more to creating custom documents than inserting names and addresses: you'll want an replace entire paragraphs and sections, quickly and accurately. With FormsAssistant's Clips, you can pick and choose which variation of a section of template you want to insert, and merge it seamlessly with your document.

  • Forms that work they way they should.

    For decades, Microsoft Word has had essentially the same form letter functionality - confusing, hard to use, limited. FormsAssistant let's you turn any Word document into a reusable template faster than you can type [client name] [address1] [managername].

  • An easy, no-surprises install.

    If you've ever used an Addin for Microsoft® Office, you know installing (or uninstalling) a new Addin can be a hassle. Like all of of Momsoft's products, FormsAssistant works with every version of Windows and Office released in the past decade, doublechecks it's own install and let's you access short introductory videos with one click.

Video Demos

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    Introduction to FormsAssistant

    This is a short (2.5 minutes) introductory demo of FormsAssistant.

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    Setting up FormsAssistant on Microsoft® Word® 2003

    Usually the installation utility of FormsAssistant will setup FormsAssistant, but there are some cases in which security settings on your system prevent the launching of FormsAssistant. This demo explains how to correctly setup FormsAssistant on Word 2003.

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    Setting up FormsAssistant on Microsoft Word 2007 and 2010

    Usually the installation utility of FormsAssistant will setup FormsAssistant, but there are some cases in which security settings on your system prevent the launching of FormsAssistant. This demo explains how to correctly setup FormsAssistant on Word 2007 and 2010.

Screenshots

  • Click to start the slide show Toolbar on Word
    To access FormsAssistant, you will use the FormsAssistant Ribbon tab on Word 2007, or the toolbar on previous versions.
  • Click to start the slide show Main Window
    The main window is where you edit the form, by changing the values of the different fields.
  • Click to start the slide show Fields and clips window
    The fields and clips window is placed side by side with the window of Word, providing a convenient way of placing fields on your current document (when creating new forms) or previously entered clips. FormsAssistant is a great repository of boilerplate for your Word documents.
  • Click to start the slide show Configure user interface
    The configuration dialog has four tabs. The first one controls user interface settings.
  • Click to start the slide show Configure operation
    FormsAssistant contains several settings that control the operation of the application.
  • Click to start the slide show Configure database
    To enhance the performance you may limit the size of the Clips database.
  • Click to start the slide show Other settings
    There are additional settings configurable, including an autoupdate feature.
Windows 10 Compatible

FormsAssistant is Windows 10 Compatible

Requirements

  • Microsoft® Windows® 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, 2003, Windows Vista®, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
  • Microsoft Word 2000, XP, 2003, 2007 or 2010.

Testimonials

  • I feel that Forms Assistant is the best program I have! I wear three professional "hats". I am an attorney at-law, and use Forms Assistant to prepare all kinds of forms-based documents: court pleadings, wills and trusts, contracts, etc. In addition, I am an Episcopal priest, and use Forms Assistant in my ministry to fill in repetitive information in church databases. Finally, I also work as a hospice chaplain, and use it to identify patients and keep other repetitive information on the records that I must keep. A wonderfully versatile program!

    Anne Meroney

  • Just a quick note to let you know that I have followed your advice with variable naming and I am now taking full advantage of FormsAssistant. I just love this program.

    Mladen Vladimirov

  • I donít know how I ever survived without forms assistant, itís the best program ever!

    Peter Cook, Owner of Annapolis Property Services

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