Content Control in MS Word is a way to protect areas of your document, and allow users to only change specific areas.
You can reserve certain areas in a Word document for content control. For instance, you can bind a reserved region with a text box. This way, you can allow these reserved regions to act as containers.
For instance, you may have forms with reserved regions where the user can fill in their data. By binding and labeling these regions, you can specify the content that will go into the region.
How to add content control in MS Word
- Turn on Developer Mode for adding a content control
- Add content control
- Edit content control
- Remove content control
We will show you how to do the above in easy, step-by-step instructions.
Before following these steps, we encourage you to first read this article:
How to Create Fillable Forms in MS Word.
Let us begin.