As you may have gathered, one of my roles within this niche covers IT software training. When teaching Microsoft Access forms (usually during day 2), delegates would normally be shown the quickest method of creating such forms and that means using either the Access form templates or the built_in wizard tool.
You can access thousands of business form websites and find ready_to_use templates that can serve any purpose, real estate, employment, bills, sales, expense, inventory etc. All you need to do is enter the information you want to include in the pre_designed form and then, take prints. If you want a more customised printable form with company owned logos and original fonts, headers etc., you may purchase custom_made templates to give that extra branding to your forms.