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How can I adjust the width of form fields?Asked by EdmondATeam on September 16, 2016 at 06:38 PMNow, I have one more question. How can I expand the data boxes to fill the page? I created this form a while back and jotform has changed since then. I would like it to fill the page when it prints so it will use less paper and be a bit more efficient.
When I checked your form, the first thing I noticed was that you have set the Label Width a bit long, it was set to 450px. This in turn caused your form fields to be constrained within the 690px total width.
Each line is composed of a label + field (and these 2 have its own sets of widths). To adjust the form to look better and occupy the extra space on the right, I did 2 things:
1. I decreased your form's Label Width from 450px down to 220px. This caused your fields to be in-line with your labels.
2. I manually adjusted 2 of your fields that were set to show the Label at the top (and changed it to show on the Left instead to make everything uniform)
Here's a cloned copy of your form so you can see it https://form.jotform.com/62597218427969
Related guide: How-to-clone-an-existing-form-from-a-URL