For the most part, computer users use the same techniques to switch between tabs, view history, and open new windows.
But for some reason, there are more than a few computer users who do so with one keystroke. Those who do so with the ctrl key are generally called “full-form” keyboard users. If you’re one, you’re probably not really a full form user.
I actually have a weird story to tell you about what happened to me when I was using a mouse and a keyboard for the first time. I used to work in marketing for a small company. There were a ton of different workflows that were used, and I was assigned to develop an application that integrated with our CRM system (which is based on Microsoft’s Active Directory). I had to use a custom form that contained a huge number of fields that were all formatted in a specific way.
My boss hated the form that I was working on because it was so complicated. I wanted to fix the problem so I could get back to the job I was doing at the time but I was afraid that I was going to mess up the entire project and not know what I was doing. So one day I sat down, started writing the form, and just figured out what I was doing.
ctrl full form is basically a way to make sure that you’re never confused about how to fill in your information in a contact form. This is one of the most popular ways to get people to fill out a form on the web.
I find that most people don’t realize that this is actually a very common problem I see. When I see this I think, “Gee whiz, that’s the whole point of the form! It’s always so easy.” But the truth is that every website has a form field that is just impossible for the person to understand. For example, there are forms for everything.
Its a common problem, but the fact is that people are just as confused about the form as they are about the form itself. I often see people fill out a form and then go out and complete the same form over and over again. Its a problem that goes all the way back to the founding of the web.
The solution is to use some type of multi-step form. Because the majority of your visitors to your website are likely still using a word processor and text editor, the problem isn’t a difficult one to solve. Just fill out the fields on the form and then copy and paste your text into the right fields. This will make the forms easier in the long run to understand and save you time.
ctrl full form works particularly well with forms like our own, because the fields are all there in the document and you can just copy and paste from there. But there are drawbacks. Not only are the forms more complicated to read, but there is no way for us to know that the form has been completed unless you go to the browser and inspect the returned data.
There are times when you can make a form easier to read simply by using Ctrl+F. For example, there are times when you have a complex name or you want to copy and paste the full field values into more than one field. If you know what you’re doing, you can easily use Ctrl+F to make this happen.