What would be a good Latin word for "form"? I mean the word in the sense it has in "To order our new Latin language product, please fill in this online form". I was unable to find this sense of the word in online dictionaries.
I assume the English word is derived from the Latin forma, but that fact alone is not sufficiently convincing evidence to me that that is the best word to use. Many languages seem to use something that looks like formularium, and some have something resembling *blancus.
I don't know if the Romans had anything like forms. Whether or not there is any classical precedent, I'm looking for something that could work well in modern use like the example sentence above.