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I am looking to build some forms (called lists) in SharePoint 2010. Besides making a standard form, is there any other built in functionality to pretty it up (tabs, insert tables, etc..)

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You don't have to make a standard form for a list. Every list that gets created gets a standard set of default form for view, add edit and delete. You can create new forms for these actions on a list via SharePoint Designer, and set the new customized form as the default form for whatever action you choose.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-designer-help/create-a-custom-list-form-using-sharepoint-designer-HA010378258.aspx
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I do not have access to SharePoint Designer
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