Create a nomination form by downloading and customizing a template to suit your specific needs or by creating a new document in a word processing or interactive design program. The form should include a description of the award or position, an area for the name of the nominee and a section including the reasons for the nomination and other requirements.
Start with a general template, and customize the file to match the exact details of the process. The template may be an editable file for use in a specific program, or it may require physically copying the contents into a blank document. Begin customization by correcting any formatting errors and eliminating unnecessary sections and then adding in new areas as needed. Include the name of the organization and a title at the top of the form.
To create a new form in a word processing program, create a blank document, and start typing a list of the different elements of the form, each on its own line. Add spaces and line breaks as necessary to arrange the content, turning statements into questions or clear commands. Use the underscore symbol to make blank sections for writing in the answers to questions. Some graphic design programs allow users to make a form with drawing and text options, then to export it as an interactive PDF so that users can type in area without modifying its contents.