The Sims 4 | How to Fill Out Reports
As your Sim gets through their career path in The Sims 4, you may find yourself doing a desk job. Nothing wrong with getting a few paper cuts on the path to glory! However, there are a few ways to get through a workday for the jobs that find yourself behind a desk. If your daily task is to “fill out reports” in The Sims 4, then you’re going to want to do it quick so you can focus on the future. Let’s sit behind our desk and get these reports done!
How to Fill Out Reports in The Sims 4
In order to fill out reports in The Sims 4, you need to go to your computer. Select “More Choices,” then “Web,” then “Fill Out Reports.” This will allow your sim to automatically work the day away, as long as they do not get distracted by anything else. As long as your Sim is concentrated on their work, you will eventually complete the daily task.
While a desk job is normally what would give you this daily task, there are quite a few careers where this is required as well. From military to even secret agent, there’s always a chance to get this daily task. So, just make sure you know how to do it! It will always involve a computer. Usually, this means doing it at home will be easiest. Your workplace might have easy access to computers, though.
The computer tends to be a great source of information. Your Sim can get entertained on it, and do plenty of work tasks. So, make sure you select the correct option before clicking. You wouldn’t want your Sim to spend the day watching cat videos instead of their high-class government job. That’d be one heck of a way to get fired!
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.