We want to store the form in a department SharePoint site with limited access but make the form available to everyone via a link on the company intranet. We also want to force the template to open in the Word 2016 client - not in Word Online.
After researching content types, I discovered that SharePoint Properties has replaced them.
I found a lot of information about using content types while creating your form. Little information on the SharePoint properties. Zero information about using a form already created. A lot of work went into creating this Word fillable form.
Can anyone help point me in the correct direction to do what I need.
1 - Have a link on the intranet to a fill-able Word 2016 form
2 - As users complete the form and save it, the resulting document should be stored in a SharePoint site with permissions for viewing/editing the form by only the site members and original creator of the form.