I'm consistently getting an error when trying to save an Exact Form to Quickbase while using FireFox, IE and Chrome. I'm following the online procedures to the tee. Help!

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I'm currently running on Windows 10. Once I download the correct version for Word 2010 and open up the Exact Form, it looks fine...until I go to Save to Quickbase. Then, no matter what browser I'm in, I get an error. I'm trying to build these forms for a colleague and I have permissions in the app to create new applications so to my knowledge, I should be fine. Not the case! I've followed the directions to a tee. The tokens in the destination app are disabled as well. Can you offer any guidance? I'm totally lost at  this point and supposed to have a presentation tomorrow with these forms, lol.

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It is possible with our Exact Forms Plus add-on. We utilize a real word file as a template so no macros are needed. BTW we can store the created document on the actual QB record in a file attachment field.

More info at: http://www.quickbasetools.com/#!exact-forms-plus/ckd0

Demo at: https://juicedtech.quickbase.com/db/bdht2xebx

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Thanks Todd, however my client just wants the native exact form and doesn't want to pay the additional fees for your product, although I think it's a great product, my hands are tied. I just need to find a solution for this issue i'm having. Thanks again!
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Thanks Todd, however my client just wants the native exact form and doesn't want to pay the additional fees for your product, although I think it's a great product, my hands are tied. I just need to find a solution for this issue I'm having. I still can't figure this out. Is there a way to create an exact form from inside the QuickBase application?