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10/23/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

If the forms library you use most frequently in zipForm Plus isn't the one that opens by default, here's how to change that setting: 

  • Click on the arrow below your name and select View Profile
  • Choose Libraries from the options on the left. 
  • Select Organize in the Form Libraries box. 
  • Drag and drop the library you'd like as the default at the top of the list in the Form Libraries box. 
  • Click the Save button. 

You can get more tips on using zipForm Plus, zipVault, and Digital Ink—all of which you receive as part of your TAR dues—at

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