This is a pretty minor grievance, but I can't stand it when someone sends me a business form to complete and the lines on the page where I am supposed to enter text are just a series of underline characters. I realize that not everyone knows how to make forms in Word, or how to work with table properties to make certain edges of a table cell transparent, but when I get a form that's been approved for use throughout the company from an IT department and it uses the underline technique, I just have to wonder what people are doing with their time. I figured out how to make a form in Word years ago because I got frustrated having to look at forms that had fields like _____Matt____ ____Jeanes______. How is it that people who've been in the business world a lot longer than I have still deal with this stuff and think that these kinds of practices are OK?