Print squaring off a previous fill in document

We generate a lot of fill-in documents that I was wondering how can I set up my computer and printer to fill them in. Our OS is windows 7 pro, Office 2003
And I guess we will need a dot matrix printer to fill-out forms with OCR copies. Suggestions welcomed . Thank's
ViankusAsked:
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aikimarkCommented:
which of the Office products are you using?
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
>>And I guess we will need dot matrix printer to fill-out forms

Unless you are printing on a multi-page form, = or > than 2-ply, you don't need a dot matrix printer

Is it a single-page form with the same info, or a repetitive multi=page form with different info on each page???
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ViankusAuthor Commented:
We are using Office 2003
Usually its a single - page form like a birth certifacate which requires the same information for each individual, and some have 1 or 2 copies.
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aikimarkCommented:
Word, Excel, Access, other?
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ViankusAuthor Commented:
Usually Office 2003 has I said previously
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aikimarkCommented:
"Office" is a family of products, such as Word, Excel, and Access.  If you click on the Help About menu, what product name is displayed in the dialog?
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:

1. You could scan the document you want to print on and insert the image in the Word file.

2. Next step, place the text you want to print in the Word file in the appropriate places in this document.

3. To test the positioning, remove only the image in step 1 and test on photocopies on the final document.

Once you are satisfied with the results, save the file (without the image) as a Word template.

You repeat this procedure for each particular type of document you want to print on.
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ViankusAuthor Commented:
Great information , Thank you
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