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I think there are issues with droplists (because it takes longer to get to the correct value and requires more dexterity on the part of the user) and prefer radio buttons and checkboxes. I think having the label above the field is easier. It is also possible to arrange the form fields like a spreadsheet and have labels as the header row, with the option ...
you can try several options of form variations of simplify the look of form -label inside input field -input field that is only an underline You could also look into natural language forms
Utilize Patterns the User is Familiar With Seems like you’d benefit from keeping things as Excel like as possible. These are Excel experts doing Excel-like stuff. Groups of related inputs organized into categories of functionality across multiple tabbed pages should be readily understood by your users. Keep the interactions and inputs as Excel-like as ...
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