After you've completed your document interview, Quicken WillMaker Plus uses your answers to create a finished document. The Print Preview screen, which appears at the end of each interview, lets you look at the document and make any necessary changes before you print it out.
This part of the Users' Manual explains how to review and revise your document from the Print Preview screen.
We recommend that you use Print Preview to carefully review your finished document. If you want to change any of your answers, you can do so before you print your document.
Caution: Signing instructions not included in Print Preview. In addition to your document, each interview produces a set of related pages, including instructions on how to sign your document and make it legal. These signing instructions, and any additional pages, print out with the document (if you specify so in the Print dialog box) but they don't appear in Print Preview (Windows only). Also, the format of the printed document (line breaks, page breaks and number of pages) may slightly differ in format from the version you see on screen.
As you are reading your document, if you find information that you want to change, return to the document interview and provide new answers. How you do this depends on whether the document uses a checklist. (To find out how to change the appearance of your document -- fonts, page margins and so on -- see Changing How Your Document Looks, below.)
If the document you want to revise is an estate planning document that uses a checklist, use the checklist to go directly to the part of the document interview containing the information you need to change. (To find out more about checklists, see Using Checklists.)
To return to the appropriate part of your document interview and make changes:
After you've made your changes, review your document once again in Print Preview before you print it.
If the document you want to revise doesn't use a checklist, to make changes, you need to return to the first interview screen for the document and step through the interview screen by screen.
To reopen your document interview and make changes:
Most of the time, you won't need to change the default formatting for your documents. However, if you do need to make formatting changes -- changes to fonts, margins, spacing and so on -- you can do so.
There are three ways to reformat documents with Quicken WillMaker Plus:
Both of these dialog boxes also let you specify basic printer setup options, including some that affect the look of your document: page orientation (portrait or landscape) and image quality.
When you return to the displayed document, your changes will be reflected.