(WE have been getting some bids and there seems to be some confusion. THIS PROGRAM DOES NOT REQUIRE A DATABASE. The only thing that is to be stored is the final completed form document (either with or without the blank sections) for reprinting. It can be a static document at this point. No further changes will be made. Only reprints!) We need a small application written in VB or similar suitable language whose purpose is to allow users to fill out forms on the computer rather than on paper and save paper usage by automatically removing any sections of the form that the user did not complete before printing (and saving) the form. It is crucial that the forms look as close to the paper version as possible both on the screen and in print. The application will be delivered on a CD and will be compiled as an auto run setup file that will add an icon to the desktop. The user opens the application by double-clicking the icon. He/she will see a welcome screen and a toolbar across the top with the options: File, Forms, and Help. The user selects one of the 8 forms under the forms option. The on-screen form will closely resemble the paper version. The user will be able to tab or click through the form fields as he reads and fill out the appropriate information one page at a time. The user will be able to go to the next page or back to a previous page to review the form. When the user is finished filling out the form he/she should be presented with the following options: Discard, Save Form, and Print Form. Next to the Print From button should be a checkbox that reads something like "Leave form complete." If this box is NOT checked and the user clicks Print then the user should see the form with only the options selected. All paragraphs that were not filled out should be removed before printed on the form. If the user checks the box then the printout should include all sections as seen on the paper form. Print will be chosen from the file menu and a standard print dialog box, including the option to select any of the installed printers, will appear. The user can then print as he/she would print any other document. The File menu should feature an Open (saved) Form option, a Save form option, a print form, and an exit option. The Help menu should feature a basic help document that explains how to use the software and an About option to feature our contact information.
Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. Complete copyrights to all work purchased.
MUST be tested to work on Win 95, 98, NT, ME, 2K, and XP.
## Deadline information
Must work on all versions of Windows from 95 through XP.