While there are many ways to collect information for creating instructional design projects, such as using a shared Google Doc, Microsoft Word within OneDrive, or using email. Sometimes, having a standard format, especially in large scale projects, can be very important. Adobe Acrobat Professional provides the consistent format needed for just this purpose.
In the short video below, I show you how to convert a Word document into Acrobat Professional, and then create a simple form using Acrobat Professional X. This might just help you create the form you need to keep that consistent format for your instructional design documentation.