Creating cake order forms

Business By sugarberry Updated 19 Dec 2015 , 11:40pm by shaloop

sugarberry Posted 25 Sep 2010 , 12:20am
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I am looking for a program on how to make a cake order form for my business I am doing at home. If anyone could tell me where to look I would apperciate it alot.
Thank you in advance

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indydebi Posted 25 Sep 2010 , 1:47am
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I just made all of my forms in Excel. No special program and I could customize the field sizes to whatever I needed.

Polarcakes Posted 25 Sep 2010 , 2:40am
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If you still need examples of order forms, look in the gallery under sketches and templates. Here`s one I found:

http://cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1412656

Navyempress Posted 26 Sep 2010 , 4:33am
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I really like Adobe Acrobat. I don't know how much it costs, though, because it was part of my Adobe Web Premium package. I think you can download a trial and see if you like it.

sugarberry Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 4:00am
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I want thank every one who helped me with the order form for cake business.

this will give me something to look at and create my own

thanks again

beamom Posted 7 Oct 2010 , 1:27pm
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i used wufoo.com. You can create a form and place it on your site for free and have all inquiries sent to your email

KHalstead Posted 7 Oct 2010 , 1:44pm
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I just used microsoft word to create a form for regular cake orders (non wedding), I also use it as an order sheet to refer to when I'm decorating the cakes. I'll attach a photo of one in my pics for reference.

Luv2_bake09 Posted 19 Dec 2015 , 1:06pm
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These are great ideas on how to make cake order forms. But what about a form where I keep a copy, and I give the customer a copy. How do I go about having that kind of form?

-K8memphis Posted 19 Dec 2015 , 3:00pm
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i just bought a pack similar to these from office depot or a big box office stationery store, staples or somewhere -- they are called general purpose sales oder and by adams item # T8100 they are 8 3/8 by 10 11/16 -- i needed them big enough for all the info and i used with carbons because the carbonless ones are stinking and scary -- do they still make them with formaldehyde? 

anyhow like these only bigger if they still make them

http://www.officedepot.com/catalog/catalogSku.do?id=194076&sessionId=tm8kKjGNxZpn9BdMu1rgv1X&cmPredSearchABTestElemId=Three%20Image%20Zone&cmPredSearchABTestElemCategory=Predictive%20Search%20Complete|No%20monetate%20test%20running&cmPredSearchABTestAttr30=Search%20Suggestions||Category%20Search|Three%20Image%20Zone||&cmPredSearchABTestAttr31=

what i did was write all the pertinent info on there and used a separate worksheet for details



shaloop Posted 19 Dec 2015 , 11:40pm
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I got ideas from forms i saw online. I made up a form in google docs. Printed them out and bought a pack of carbon paper. At consult i use two sheets with carbon in between. When done we both sign and we each get a copy


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