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Retreat Registration Form Free Downloads – for Print and Online Registrations
You wouldn’t think retreat registration forms would be difficult to figure out, but I struggled with what all to include and how to format everything. Many of the older ladies in my church didn’t have access to or didn’t know how to use online registration forms. Because of that, I wanted to make sure to provide printed forms for them.
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However, online forms make registration so much easier to collect and organize the data. I manually enter printed forms into my spreadsheets and with the online forms, especially since I’ve begun using Google Forms, it all enters automatically. Whew! I love this time saver.
So, you have to find the fine line between making sure you have registration available for all women and also ensuring you won’t have to spend hours of your valuable time doing data entry just to get your registration information organized.
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I want to share with you forms that I’ve used. You’ll be able to tweak them, save them as PDF (for the printable versions), and share them with your potential retreat participants. I’m also including a short video on how to open, edit, and collect data with my Google Form so that you’ll have an easy online registration option. You do have to have a Google account to create a form Google Forms, but it’s free.
This is in Google Forms. When you click the link, you’ll have to sign in to your Google account if you aren’t already, then click the Make a Copy button. You’ll be able to save it in your Google Drive, make changes to it, and then share the link with your potential participants.
Watch the video below to see how to use this Google Form AND create a connecting spreadsheet so that Google will automatically collect your data for you.
This is in Google Docs. Click the link, and then click the Make a Copy button. You’ll be able to save it in your Google Drive, make changes to it, and then save it as a PDF before printing it out for your own registrations.
This is in Microsoft Word. If you don’t have Word, it may not open correctly for you. I tried converting it to Google Docs, but it didn’t work correctly. There is a free program called Open Office that you can open Word documents in if you want to try that.
Keep in mind you want to make the sign up process as streamlined as possible. This will help your registrants and will keep you better organized. I wish you all the best! Let me know if you have questions.