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How to fill out reports in The Sims 4

How to fill out reports in The Sims 4
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Knowing how to fill out reports in The Sims 4 is vital if you're building a blossoming  business career. Obviously actually turning up for work is a start but knowing how to fill out reports in The Sims 4 is key to success as it'll appear as one of your Daily Tasks in your Career tab. 

However, it's not immediately obvious how to do this basic task in The Sims 4, which can both hinder your career and just be plain annoying. There's a few menu options to click through to fill out reports in The Sims 4 so let's cover exactly how it all works so that you can keep on top of your workload by filing your daily reports.

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Here's how to fill out reports in The Sims 4

To fill out a report in The Sims 4, you just need to interact with a computer in your home and select "More choices," then "Web," then "Fill out reports." You'll see this option is highlighted with a small briefcase icon, then all you need to do is keep your sim focused at their desk until the day's report is completed.

You can check that you have completed the report by choosing the Career tab from the small menu at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, and checking the status of your Daily Task. 

Completing the report every day will improve your sim's job performance and lead to promotions and more simoleons. You can get an extra boost by making sure your sim goes to work in a good mood, so make sure they're showered, fed and have had a good night's sleep before you need to head to the office. 

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