Here is the Michigan self help center that explains the divorce process.
It is not necessary to know where he is, the clerk of court can tell you the local rules for service by publication. These can vary by court so it is best to get that information straight from them.
There are no standard statewide divorce forms online. The clerk may them for your particular county. If not she may be able to print out the case file from a similar situation that you can use as a guide.
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