Periodic Table of Elements
- Atomic number
- Property values
- 1 H Hydrogen 1.008
- 2 He Helium 4.0026
- 3 Li Lithium 6.94
- 4 Be Beryllium 9.0122
- 5 B Boron 10.81
- 6 C Carbon 12.011
- 7 N Nitrogen 14.007
- 8 O Oxygen 15.999
- 9 F Fluorine 18.998
- 10 Ne Neon 20.180
- 11 Na Sodium 22.990
- 12 Mg Magnesium 24.305
- 13 Al Aluminium 26.982
- 14 Si Silicon 28.085
- 15 P Phosphorus 30.974
- 16 S Sulfur 32.06
- 17 Cl Chlorine 35.45
- 18 Ar Argon 39.948
- 19 K Potassium 39.098
- 20 Ca Calcium 40.078
- 21 Sc Scandium 44.956
- 22 Ti Titanium 47.867
- 23 V Vanadium 50.942
- 24 Cr Chromium 51.996
- 25 Mn Manganese 54.938
- 26 Fe Iron 55.845
- 27 Co Cobalt 58.933
- 28 Ni Nickel 58.693
- 29 Cu Copper 63.546
- 30 Zn Zinc 65.38
- 31 Ga Gallium 69.723
- 32 Ge Germanium 72.630
- 33 As Arsenic 74.922
- 34 Se Selenium 78.971
- 35 Br Bromine 79.904
- 36 Kr Krypton 83.798
- 37 Rb Rubidium 85.468
- 38 Sr Strontium 87.62
- 39 Y Yttrium 88.906
- 40 Zr Zirconium 91.224
- 41 Nb Niobium 92.906
- 42 Mo Molybdenum 95.95
- 43 Tc Technetium (98)
- 44 Ru Ruthenium 101.07
- 45 Rh Rhodium 102.91
- 46 Pd Palladium 106.42
- 47 Ag Silver 107.87
- 48 Cd Cadmium 112.41
- 49 In Indium 114.82
- 50 Sn Tin 118.71
- 51 Sb Antimony 121.76
- 52 Te Tellurium 127.60
- 53 I Iodine 126.90
- 54 Xe Xenon 131.29
- 55 Cs Caesium 132.91
- 56 Ba Barium 137.33
- 57 La Lanthanum 138.91
- 58 Ce Cerium 140.12
- 59 Pr Praseodymium 140.91
- 60 Nd Neodymium 144.24
- 61 Pm Promethium (145)
- 62 Sm Samarium 150.36
- 63 Eu Europium 151.96
- 64 Gd Gadolinium 157.25
- 65 Tb Terbium 158.93
- 66 Dy Dysprosium 162.50
- 67 Ho Holmium 164.93
- 68 Er Erbium 167.26
- 69 Tm Thulium 168.93
- 70 Yb Ytterbium 173.05
- 71 Lu Lutetium 174.97
- 72 Hf Hafnium 178.49
- 73 Ta Tantalum 180.95
- 74 W Tungsten 183.84
- 75 Re Rhenium 186.21
- 76 Os Osmium 190.23
- 77 Ir Iridium 192.22
- 78 Pt Platinum 195.08
- 79 Au Gold 196.97
- 80 Hg Mercury 200.59
- 81 Tl Thallium 204.38
- 82 Pb Lead 207.2
- 83 Bi Bismuth 208.98
- 84 Po Polonium (209)
- 85 At Astatine (210)
- 86 Rn Radon (222)
- 87 Fr Francium (223)
- 88 Ra Radium (226)
- 89 Ac Actinium (227)
- 90 Th Thorium 232.04
- 91 Pa Protactinium 231.04
- 92 U Uranium 238.03
- 93 Np Neptunium (237)
- 94 Pu Plutonium (244)
- 95 Am Americium (243)
- 96 Cm Curium (247)
- 97 Bk Berkelium (247)
- 98 Cf Californium (251)
- 99 Es Einsteinium (252)
- 100 Fm Fermium (257)
- 101 Md Mendelevium (258)
- 102 No Nobelium (259)
- 103 Lr Lawrencium (266)
- 104 Rf Rutherfordium (267)
- 105 Db Dubnium (268)
- 106 Sg Seaborgium (269)
- 107 Bh Bohrium (270)
- 108 Hs Hassium (277)
- 109 Mt Meitnerium (278)
- 110 Ds Darmstadtium (281)
- 111 Rg Roentgenium (282)
- 112 Cn Copernicium (285)
- 113 Nh Nihonium (286)
- 114 Fl Flerovium (289)
- 115 Mc Moscovium (290)
- 116 Lv Livermorium (293)
- 117 Ts Tennessine (294)
- 118 Og Oganesson (294)
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The Periodic Table is the table which arranges the chemical elements in a systematic form that is in a tabular form. The elements are arranged from left to right in order of their increasing atomic number . The atomic number is the number of protons and neutrons present in the nuclei of an element.
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- Hydrogen Valence Electrons
- Helium Valence Electrons
- Lithium Valence Electrons
- Beryllium Valence Electrons
- Boron Valence Electrons
- Carbon Valence Electrons
- Nitrogen Valence Electrons
- Oxygen Valence Electrons
- Fluorine Valence Electrons
- Neon Valence Electrons
- Sodium Valence Electrons
- Magnesium Valence Electrons
- Aluminum Valence Electrons
- Silicon Valence Electrons
- Phosphorus Valence Electrons
- Sulfur Valence Electrons
- Chlorine Valence Electrons
- Argon Valence Electrons
- Potassium Valence Electrons
- Calcium Valence Electrons
- Scandium Valence Electrons
- Titanium Valence Electrons
- Vanadium Valence Electrons
- Chromium Valence Electrons
- Manganese Valence Electrons
- Iron Valence Electrons
- Cobalt Valence Electrons
- Nickel Valence Electrons
- Copper Valence Electrons
- Zinc Valence Electrons
- Gallium Valence Electrons
- Germanium Valence Electrons
- Arsenic Valence Electrons
- Selenium Valence Electrons
- Bromine Valence Electrons
- Krypton Valence Electrons
- Rubidium Valence Electrons
- Strontium Valence Electrons
- YttriumValence Electrons
- Zirconium Valence Electrons
- Niobium Valence Electrons
- Molybdenum Valence Electrons
- Technetium Valence Electrons
- Ruthenium Valence Electrons
- Rhodium Valence Electrons
- Palladium Valence Electrons
The horizontal rows of the periodic table are called periods while vertical columns are known as groups. Elements are classified into different groups depending upon their own characteristics of physical and chemical properties
Labeled Periodic Table of Elements
There are different types of elements in a periodic table ;
- Metalloids: The elements that come under this group have the characteristic of both metals and non-metals. For example Antimony, Boron, Germanium, Silicon, Arsenic, Tellurium and Polonium
- Alkali Metals: These are placed in the first group of the table and include elements Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Rubidium, Cesium, Francium.
- Alkaline Earth Metals: These type of metals are placed in the second group of the periodic table, for example, Magnesium, Beryllium , Strontium, Calcium, Barium, and Radium
- Transition Metals: These are transition metals. Malleability, Ductility, and conductivity of electricity are some of the basic characteristics of these elements, for example, Copper, Nickel, Chromium, Mercury, Gold and Silver
- Rare Earth Elements: Such elements are located in the 3rd, 6th and 7th periods of the table. These are mostly man-made for example Curium, Cerium, Uranium, Europium etc.
- Non-Metals : These metals include Hydrogen, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen , Phosphorus, Sulfur and Selenium
- Noble Gases: Noble gases can be found in an 18th group of the periodic table for examples Neon, Argon, Helium, Krypton, Xenon and Radon. Find Elements Valency Here
Labeled Periodic Table Metals
The elements which are classified as metals in the periodic table share a number of properties. All metals are solid at room temperature except Mercury, which is liquid at room temperature. All metals conduct have property heat and electricity, and they are shiny in appearance . All metals can be changed to thin wires and sheets, this property is called ductility and malleability. Apart from these properties metals can also be characterized by their ability to easily lose electrons.
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Periodic Table Labeled Groups
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Labeled Periodic Table with Charges
The periodic table provided below is labeled with charges, if you want it you can download it from below; Find Charges Of Elements Here
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This printable periodic table contains the most common valence charges of each element.
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This table also contains the element number, element symbol, element name, and atomic weights of each element.
This periodic table in PDF format can be downloaded for printing.
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Known as the periodic table, the periodic table of elements is an organized table that displays the arrangement of the known chemical elements. The notion of an organized table was first introduced by Dmitri Mendeleev and later other elements were added to become what it is today, a table of chemical elements arranged in rows (called periods) and columns (called groups) according to their increasing atomic number.
The periodic table is widely used by teachers and students in school, scientists in chemistry , physics, and other sciences to quickly find information about an element, like their atomic symbol, number or mass. Thanks to how the elements are arranged and their electron configurations of atoms, scientists are able to discern trends that run through the periodic table, like electron affinity, electronegativity, ionization energy, or atomic radius. The elements can be classified as metals, nonmetals, or metalloids.
In school, the periodic table is widely used by students during chemistry class. If some concepts are hard to understand it might be best to break down the periodic table into smaller, more manageable parts so that students can grasp them better. You can start with element symbols and from there they can learn the differences between them or their abbreviations.
A blank periodic table can be easily turned into an interactive game in which all students can be part of. This is an excellent practice for your students to identify all the elements, label them and color code their tables. We have a variety of periodic table templates in PDF format you can choose from that display different properties. Almost all printable periodic tables are black and white except for one that is color coded.
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This version of our periodic table is A4 size for easy printing
The file includes two versions of the periodic table a bold colour-coded version, emphasising readability and a Visual elements version, with fascinating element artwork by Murray Robertson.
Information for each element includes the name, chemical symbol, atomic number, and relative atomic mass. The groups are readily identifiable by colour.
A4 periodic table, available as a pdf to print.
Our interactive periodic table includes a wealth of data, plus information about the history, common uses, properties and supply risk for each element, with links to podcasts and videos. You can also explore data trends across the periodic table or select individual groups or periods.
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- (a) elements being arranged according to atomic number in the Periodic Table
- (h) elements being arranged in order of increasing atomic number and in groups and periods in the modern Periodic Table, with elements having similar properties appearing in the same groups
- (g) elements being arranged in order of increasing atomic number and in groups and periods in the modern Periodic Table, with elements having similar properties appearing in the same groups
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The Periodic Table of the Elements, in Pictures and Words
This pictorial periodic table is colorful, fun, and packed with information. In addition to the element's name, symbol, and atomic number, each element box has a drawing of one of the element's main human uses or natural occurrences. The table is color-coded to show the chemical groupings. Small symbols pack in additional information: solid/liquid/gas, color of element, common in the human body, common in the earth's crust, magnetic metals, noble metals, radioactive, and rare or never found in nature. It does not overload kids with a lot of detailed numbers, like atomic weights and valence numbers.
Note: Elements in Pictures and Elements in Words are a set. Either may stand alone, but they work best together.
See also: Interactive Periodic Table of the Elements, in Pictures and Words . This contains most of the same information on an interactive web page.
See also: Links to translations in other languages.
This textual periodic table is packed with even more information. In addition to the element's name, symbol, and atomic number, each element box contains a textual description of the element's physical properties and a list of several of its human uses and/or natural occurrences. The table is color-coded to show the chemical groups, and each group is described in a panel of the same color. Other info panels describe atomic structure, chemical bonding, and radioactivity. It does not overload kids with a lot of detailed numbers, but it does provide some simple rules-of-thumb about atomic weights and valence numbers.
See also: The Elements — Descriptions, Uses and Occurrences . This contains most of the same information, but in a less graphical, more textual html format. It also contains handy links to search for more info about each use.
This has both Elements in Pictures and Elements in Words combined on a single page.
This is exactly the same as Elements in Pictures above, but with less information. The fine print — the legend boxes and the small symbols — have been removed. Use this if you want a cleaner image with less visual clutter, or you want less information, or you want to print smaller or at lower resolution.
Print-your-own elements cards. Use these however you want. It's fun to simply lay them out to make the whole periodic table. You can use them as flash cards to help you memorize the facts on the front and back of each card. If you want to play it as a game, you can invent your own game rules.
Print double-sided on card stock. Cut out cards with paper cutter or scissors. Nine cards per sheet. There's a card for every element, with a picture on the front and words on the back. Also included are key cards (symbol key and color key), info cards (atom info and bonding info), and group info cards. The zip file also includes a template for making a card box. It also includes printing instructions.
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Print each element on a separate sheet. You can make a very large periodic table to cover a large wall. Or you can use the sheets separately, for example, each student chooses one element.
Print single-sided. Elements 1-98 have pictures. Also included are key sheets (symbol key and color key), info sheets (atom info and bonding info), and group info sheets.
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Printable student worksheet. Print one or many per student. This worksheet has spaces for the student to write the element's symbol, name, atomic number, description, uses and/or occurrences, and a space to draw a picture.
Are you homeschooling? This activity can occupy your student for one or many days. If you want a big activity, print out 98 of these worksheets, and assign your student to research every element from 1 to 98 (the elements with uses) and fill out a worksheet for each element, one or a few elements per day. This not just busywork; knowing some facts about each element is useful basic knowledge for many careers: engineering, manufacturing, biology, medicine, ecology, agriculture, geology, physics, and, of course, chemistry!
Students will have fun builiding paper models of all these alternative periodic tables. Then they can discuss how the models are different and yet the same.
This left-step periodic table is the basis for the spiral, cone, and cylinder models.
This left-step table is a slightly modified version of the left-step table by Charles Janet (1928). This compact version places hydrogen, helium, lithium, and beryllium all in a single row.
Note that hydrogen is unique — it may be grouped with the alkali metals (like lithium) because it has one electron available to donate, grouped with the halogens (like fluorine) because gaining one electron will fill its valence shell, or it may be put in a group of its own.
In this periodic table, the elements are arranged in a single flat spiral (not concentric circles).
In this model, the elements are arranged in a single conical spiral (not stacked rings).
The paper model above is very easy to make. The more elaborate paper-and-plastic model below is more difficult to make.
In this model, the elements are arranged in a single cylindrical helix (not stacked rings).
Atomic Orbitals (Color)
This color-coded chart shows what atoms look like. This chart shows all the fundamental atomic electron orbitals as electron probability density distributions (fuzzy clouds), which is close as you can get to visualizing what an atom really looks like. The orbitals are labeled. It describes other ways to visualize atoms, namely, electron orbits (like planets) and surfaces of constant probability (bulgy blobs). It has a small periodic table showing in which order the electron shells are filled.
Atomic Orbitals (Black)
This white-on-black chart shows what atoms look like. This chart shows all the fundamental atomic electron orbitals as electron probability density distributions (fuzzy clouds), which is as close as you can get to visualizing what an atom really looks like. The orbitals are labeled. This elegant chart has little visual clutter.
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See also: Plain atomic orbitals chart (color) and Plain atomic orbitals chart (black)
Particles (Standard Model)
This chart shows what the universe is made of. This chart shows all the elementary particles in the standard model (SM) of particle physics, and many non-elementary particles too. It starts with the basics: an atom contains a nucleus of protons and neutrons, which are made of quarks. The chart organizes all the important particles and classes of particles: elementary fermions (quarks, leptons, electrons, neutrinos), elementary bosons (gluons, photons, W and Z bosons, Higgs, and predicted gravitons), composite particles (hadrons, baryons, protons, neutrons, mesons), anti-particles. This chart does not show the many predicted supersymmetry particles.
Particles (Standard Model + Supersymmetry)
This chart shows what the universe is made of. This chart shows all the elementary particles in the standard model (SM) of particle physics, plus the many predicted supersymmetry (SUSY) particles. Many physicists think supersymmetry is likely to exist, and many physicists do not.
Note: In the coming years, physicists may discover new particles or significantly revise the standard model of particle physics, due to new experimental results from colliders, such as the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), and new observations from telescopes.
See also: Plain list of particles , standard and hypothetical.
Reference: IUPAC is the world authority on the naming of elements (see IUPAC periodic table ).
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You will get the name of elements with the increase of the atomic number. Every element has its unique symbols, which consist of one or two alphabet letters. The element number, which is also known as atomic number, is nothing but the protons of the elements.
- A – Hydrogen
- He – HELIUM
- Li – Lithium
- Be – Beryllium
- C – Carbon
Labelled Periodic Table of Element
You can find the periodic table in many chemistry books. The tables in every book are different because every book wants to give you some information differently. The different ways of learning help you to learn something new. Do you know, we have chemistry in every part of our life.
The food we eat, the water we drink, the cooking process, the digestion process, the excretion process, etc., every step needs chemistry and chemical reaction. So, to know these things in detail, the first and essential thing you need to know is the periodic table. The periodic learning table starts from the class 5th in almost every school.
When you are going to solve a chemical equation, then you will need this periodic table. The students or the scientist always keeps the periodic table for reference purpose. You can also use it for personal purposes, i.e., for learning something new. The kids learn the element’s name, atomic mass, neutrons, protons, electrons, etc. They learn organic and inorganic chemistry.
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You will get the perfect Labeled Periodic Table that you need. We have a complete collection of the free periodic table in excel, PDF, and PNG images so, and you only need to download, print, and use it. This chart gives you complete information like electronegativity, ionization energy, metallic character, electrons affinity, and atomic radius.
We also notice the noble gases present on the right-hand side of the periodic table. The periodic table is helpful for those students who are going to appear in a competitive exam, whether it is neet, jee mains, or any job exam. So, if you want to get higher marks in the competitive exam, you will need this. We also have a blank periodic table for the students.
Periodic Table Labeled Groups
There are 118 elements in the periodic table, out of which 94 elements are natural, and others are nuclear reactor or laboratory tested elements. There are 18 groups in the periodic table, which consists of metal and nonmetal. Protons in the tables are positively charged particles. Neutrons are the neutrally negative charge, and electrons are the negative charge particles. It also shows the formation of a bond from one element to the other.
Labelled Periodic Table with Charges
The periodic table with the charges has information about the positive and negative charges on the atom. You did not need to search a lot for the perfect periodic table as we have a black and white, colourful, dynamic, blank, Hd periodic table.
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Colored Periodic Table – Printable Periodic Table
This colored periodic table is a brightly colored periodic table suitable for printing.
The table contains all 118 known elements and each element’s number, symbol, name, and atomic mass. The color scheme shows the different element groups and is light enough to write in any other useful information or notes you wish to incorporate into the table. It is designed to fit on a single sheet of 8½” x 11″ sheet of paper, but scales nicely to the A4 size. To make printing easier, there is a PDF available. Download the PDF or image using the links below.
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Colored Periodic Table IUPAC Properties
This periodic table contains several of the IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) suggestions for a proper periodic table.
Since 1988, the IUPAC has recommended the columns be simply numbered from 1 to 18. The older tables used to break the table into A and B sections, dividing the table between filled p and d orbitals (transition metals have partially filled d orbitals.). This division is basically an arbitrary one, so why not just number the columns sequentially.
Another recommendation is the names for the elements from 57-71 and 89-103 to be called lanthanoids and actinoids respectively. This hasn’t really caught on, but it has been incorporated into this table.
Values for atomic mass are overseen by the IUPAC’s Commission on Isotopic Abundances and Atomic Weights ( CIAAW ). This commission has been meeting regularly since 1899 to adjust the accepted atomic mass values. Their values change as new information is discovered concerning the relative natural abundances between the isotopes of an element. The most recent update was in June 2018 where they changed the values for 14 elements. Most of these changes were minor tweaks in the sixth and seventh decimal place, but the most significant change was for the element argon. Argon’s mass was changed to a range of values [39.792-39.963]. This table contains atomic mass values known as “conventional values” which are more useful to students or anyone else who just need a single value for an atomic mass.
Create a form in Word that users can complete or print
In Word, you can create a form that others can fill out and save or print. To do this, you will start with baseline content in a document, potentially via a form template. Then you can add content controls for elements such as check boxes, text boxes, date pickers, and drop-down lists. Optionally, these content controls can be linked to database information. Following are the recommended action steps in sequence.
Show the Developer tab
In Word, be sure you have the Developer tab displayed in the ribbon. (See how here: Show the developer tab .)
Open a template or a blank document on which to base the form
You can start with a template or just start from scratch with a blank document.
Start with a form template
Go to File > New .
In the Search for online templates field, type Forms or the kind of form you want. Then press Enter .
In the displayed results, right-click any item, then select Create.
Start with a blank document
Select Blank document .
Add content to the form
Go to the Developer tab Controls section where you can choose controls to add to your document or form. Hover over any icon therein to see what control type it represents. The various control types are described below. You can set properties on a control once it has been inserted.
To delete a content control, right-click it, then select Remove content control in the pop-up menu.
Note: You can print a form that was created via content controls. However, the boxes around the content controls will not print.
Insert a text control
The rich text content control enables users to format text (e.g., bold, italic) and type multiple paragraphs. To limit these capabilities, use the plain text content control .
Click or tap where you want to insert the control.
To learn about setting specific properties on these controls, see Set or change properties for content controls .
Insert a picture control
A picture control is most often used for templates, but you can also add a picture control to a form.
Insert a building block control
Use a building block control when you want users to choose a specific block of text. These are helpful when you need to add different boilerplate text depending on the document's specific purpose. You can create rich text content controls for each version of the boilerplate text, and then use a building block control as the container for the rich text content controls.
Select Developer and content controls for the building block.
Insert a combo box or a drop-down list
In a combo box, users can select from a list of choices that you provide or they can type in their own information. In a drop-down list, users can only select from the list of choices.
Select the content control, and then select Properties .
To create a list of choices, select Add under Drop-Down List Properties .
Type a choice in Display Name , such as Yes , No , or Maybe .
Repeat this step until all of the choices are in the drop-down list.
Fill in any other properties that you want.
Note: If you select the Contents cannot be edited check box, users won’t be able to click a choice.
Insert a date picker
Click or tap where you want to insert the date picker control.
Insert a check box
Click or tap where you want to insert the check box control.
Use the legacy form controls
Legacy form controls are for compatibility with older versions of Word and consist of legacy form and Active X controls.
Click or tap where you want to insert a legacy control.
Select the Legacy Form control or Active X Control that you want to include.
Set or change properties for content controls
Each content control has properties that you can set or change. For example, the Date Picker control offers options for the format you want to use to display the date.
Select the content control that you want to change.
Go to Developer > Properties .
Change the properties that you want.
Add protection to a form
If you want to limit how much others can edit or format a form, use the Restrict Editing command:
Open the form that you want to lock or protect.
Select Developer > Restrict Editing .
After selecting restrictions, select Yes, Start Enforcing Protection .
If you want to protect only parts of the document, separate the document into sections and only protect the sections you want.
To do this, choose Select Sections in the Restrict Editing panel. For more info on sections, see Insert a section break .
If the developer tab isn't displayed in the ribbon, see Show the Developer tab .
Open a template or use a blank document
To create a form in Word that others can fill out, start with a template or document and add content controls. Content controls include things like check boxes, text boxes, and drop-down lists. If you’re familiar with databases, these content controls can even be linked to data.
Go to File > New from Template .
In Search, type form .
Double-click the template you want to use.
Select File > Save As , and pick a location to save the form.
In Save As , type a file name and then select Save .
Start with a blank document
Go to File > New Document .
Go to File > Save As .
Go to Developer , and then choose the controls that you want to add to the document or form. To remove a content control, select the control and press Delete. You can set Options on controls once inserted. From Options, you can add entry and exit macros to run when users interact with the controls, as well as list items for combo boxes, .
Adding content controls to your form
In the document, click or tap where you want to add a content control.
On Developer , select Text Box , Check Box , or Combo Box .
To set specific properties for the control, select Options , and set .
Repeat steps 1 through 3 for each control that you want to add.
Options let you set common settings, as well as control specific settings. Select a control and then select Options to set up or make changes.
Set common properties.
Select Macro to Run on lets you choose a recorded or custom macro to run on Entry or Exit from the field.
Bookmark Set a unique name or bookmark for each control.
Calculate on exit This forces Word to run or refresh any calculations, such as total price when the user exits the field.
Add Help Text Give hints or instructions for each field.
OK Saves settings and exits the panel.
Cancel Forgets changes and exits the panel.
Set specific properties for a Text box
Type Select form Regular text, Number, Date, Current Date, Current Time, or Calculation.
Default text sets optional instructional text that's displayed in the text box before the user types in the field. Set Text box enabled to allow the user to enter text into the field.
Maximum length sets the length of text that a user can enter. The default is Unlimited .
Text format can set whether text automatically formats to Uppercase , Lowercase , First capital, or Title case .
Text box enabled Lets the user enter text into a field. If there is default text, user text replaces it.
Set specific properties for a Check box .
Default Value Choose between Not checked or checked as default.
Checkbox size Set a size Exactly or Auto to change size as needed.
Check box enabled Lets the user check or clear the text box.
Set specific properties for a Combo box
Drop-down item Type in strings for the list box items. Press + or Enter to add an item to the list.
Items in drop-down list Shows your current list. Select an item and use the up or down arrows to change the order, Press - to remove a selected item.
Drop-down enabled Lets the user open the combo box and make selections.
Protect the form
Go to Developer > Protect Form .
Note: To unprotect the form and continue editing, select Protect Form again.
Save and close the form.
Test the form (optional)
If you want, you can test the form before you distribute it.
Protect the form.
Reopen the form, fill it out as the user would, and then save a copy.
Creating fillable forms isn’t available in Word for the web.
You can create the form with the desktop version of Word with the instructions in Create a fillable form .
When you save the document and reopen it in Word for the web, you’ll see the changes you made.
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