Microsoft office is the most common software included in most computers. It has Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher etc. You will have to check your system for printable software available. For other additional programs you can download them online. If you are working on Microsoft office, you can create printable copies of invoices, receipts, certificates, speeches, minutes of meetings, fax sheets in Word. Excel helps you print receipts, expense reports, planners, itineraries, calendars, purchase orders, business claims etc. Labels, newsletters, postcards are best created and printed in Microsoft Publisher.
This of course means most forms (if not all) are 'bound' forms or in other words, have a data source file attached whether it be a table or query. In fact, when I train this area of MS Access, I normally categorise into four types of use for such an object; these are: 1. Data Entry Form _ Forms which give users an easy to use interface to add, modify and delete records. 2. Screen Enquiries (Read Only) _ Forms that allow users to view as read only screens restricting functionality and filtering for certain records only. 3. Dialog Box _ Forms which act as a communication portal between users and the system passing data and values to interact with Access. 4. Menu Screen (Switchboard) _ Forms which allow users to navigate around the database system without ever knowing or having access to the background design.