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Form E Word Format

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16 Apr 12 #324256 by Horlicks1
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Does anyone know how we can download or get a form E in word format. My other half has had an accident and will not be able to use his writing hand for 4 weeks, unfortunately his Form E needs to be submitted before then.

Many thanks in advance x

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16 Apr 12 #324291 by LittleMrMike
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I am not sure, to be frank. Solicitors have forms which can be called up on a computer monitor and filled in. I recall that one of the wiki team, hadenoughnow, did some research on this one and it might be worth sending her a p.m.

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16 Apr 12 #324294 by perin123
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I filled mine in on the computer and then printed it off for solicitor, so it can''t be difficult!!
Think I found the document on here??
Will check and let you know xx

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16 Apr 12 #324296 by Confused2
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Will this work for you? I haven''t used it but it''s free to convert single files and has been recommended in UK media.

www.pdftoword.com/

I assume you have a pdf copy of form E.

hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfind...orms/form(e)-eng.pdf

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19 Apr 12 #324993 by Glynis
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The converter above only does the first 2 pages. Then it also converts the form as an image, not text.

In my experience most "free" pdf to Word converters are similar, 2 or 3 pages, or they fail if the file is too big, or you can download a free trial - and the form E word file has images, not text.

If anyone knows where to get a Word version of form E I too would be most grateful.

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19 Apr 12 #325068 by Horlicks1
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Yes this was the case, first page seemed OK then it was no good :(

I googled ''form E'' and the first thing that came up was a pdf that seems to allow you to write on it but not save, so I''m typing and printing as I go.

I now wondered if anyone had come up with a good list of points to state on 3.1.1 - income needed?

Thanks x

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19 Apr 12 #325087 by Confused2
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Sorry, I guess the converter was too good to be true. I hadn''t tested it, thankfully long past that stage.

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