Form controls let users enter data and interact with the form in fill out mode. You can add form controls directly to the form, inside a layout grid, or inside a data-entry table. The type of control you use depends on the type of data you want to collect. For example, to collect information about the project's level of complexity, you might create a list control with the values: High, Medium, and Low. If you want to know whether the project is a success, you might insert a check box control where a checked box means " yes" and an unchecked box means "no". You can also use formula controls and graph controls to calculate and display the results of other controls.
When you create or modify a form, you can choose from the following form controls and graphs.
In this example, you want users to enter the results of their data analysis, which can be lengthy. So, you insert a memo field, which allows users to enter multiple lines of unformatted text with line breaks.
To set up form controls to update user-entered values throughout the project, go to Connect form controls.