Post by Julie Harris on Mar 6, 2015 19:57:01 GMT -8
When I worked in tertiary publishing We used to format comment boxes using open office, but there was a special styled template involved, and I can't recall how it worked. However, study the following. That may help. Or at least help you when using the designer aspect of word. Coding is beyond me, Ted. www.howtogeek.com/203892/how-to-create-fillable-forms-with-ms-word-2010/
The HTML code to create a text box is something like this: <form action="none" method="get"> <input name="textboxname" type="text" value="Enter your text here" size="25" maxlength="25" /> </form> That can be inserted in Calibre easily. The question is what do you want it to do once the text is entered?
Then as you say, the question and answer section of Galatea's suggestion should suffice. You can even correct their code (entering 'three' doesn't work). Add their epub file to Calibre and use the editor yo get the bit you want.