IBM Lotus Forms Viewer
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What is IBM Lotus Forms Viewer?
IBM Lotus Forms Viewer is a program specifically designed to enable users view XFDL and XForms, plus other Lotus Forms. The user can view the forms from the Web or through the program’s user interface.
Opening the program, a blank user interface will appear, where only the menu bar and toolbar will be shown. The open folder icon allows the user to browse for the form to be viewed. Once the appropriate form has been opened, it will appear on the blank page. From the viewing window, the user can input all the necessary information being asked by the form.
The program supports hotkeys to enable the user to launch certain tasks of the Viewer through keyboard combinations. For instance, pressing the keys ALT + F1 will open the Viewer Help option, while ALT + F7 launches the spell check tool. CTRL +F launches the font dialog in a rich text field, CTRL + G opens the paragraph dialog in a rich text format, while CTRL + M will send the form via email.
Users are likewise provided with a predictive input checking tool, which will display text input errors; as well as options for configuring date format and tabbing options.
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File types supported by IBM Lotus Forms Viewer
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Last updated: : March 12, 2013