ABTA had a form in MS Word that needed a lot of changes to it, so I created a new form from a blank document, recreating some fields and adding new ones.
My method of creating forms like this is to use tables, as this makes it easier to structure the form and create the right amount of space for each field.
The final form also required editing restrictions, so that users could only edit the fields, and it was also converted to a PDF.
Controls were not required for this form, but it is possible to insert controls, including option buttons. Clients need to consider the type of operating system, as well as version of Word, form users will be using when deciding which controls to use.
The video below shows how the final form looked.