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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Who Form 5495 Subsequent

Instructions and Help about Who Form 5495 Subsequent

Okay, so this video will be about conditional questions. Let me explain to you what I mean. We have this form, and we have this first section that's gonna ask the user for their email, their name, and their zip code. Then we have the second section with some technical questions. I guess, we have these comments, so I'm going to move these comments to a separate section. I'm going to go on the right here and simply duplicate this technical questions section. This is fine. So, we want to remove these comments from this third one. We don't want this one, and we also don't want this. We just want comments. Okay, so that's our new forum. Now, what I want to do is have another section here on top before the main section and this technical questions section. That's simply going to ask the user if they use spreadsheets. So, let's add a new section, and we're going to move, and this is the last one. We're going to move that over here. Save. So, we need to move these comments to our notes. That's our section 4. Then we have this spreadsheet application, and finally, we have this new section. Let's name this overview. Now, we're going to add a question to this section by hitting the +, and the question is going to be "Do you use spreadsheets?" And, see how smart it is. It gives you suggestions to do "yes," "no," "maybe" as options. You could obviously go here and type those, but I'm just going to use that to my advantage. "Yes," "no," and I'm going to remove this "maybe" option, which is the last one. Okay, so now we have "yes" and "no." Now, what I want to happen is if somebody clicks...