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Form E not saving information AHHH !

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25 Jan 23 #520506 by elaine238
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Hi all,

Any tips or advice. I had completed form E and saved onto my laptop to print and it has not saved. Just tried again and it seems that when I write on the form it does not save with the information on it for me to go back to and add more or print. Has anyone else experienced this ?

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25 Jan 23 #520507 by .Charles
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Unfortunately the form is licensed only so the PDF version which you can download can be completed and printed but not saved.

Legal firms use proprietary software and license whichever forms they need (there are literally hundreds of them).

The best approach is to print off the form once completed and then complete and print only those pages that have changed if you need to amend it.

Alternatively leave your computer switched on and leave the form open on the screen. Always print off the form at the end of a session in case of a power cut.

Finally, print off a blank copy and hand write it. Once you know all is correct, type and print it unless your hand writing is neat in which case you can use that version.


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