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InfoPath 2007 Filling and Design Quick Reference

Laminated quick reference guide showing step-by-step instructions and shortcuts for how to use InfoPath 2007 for both filling forms and introductory design features. This guide is suitable as a training handout, or simply an easy to use reference guide, for any type of user. See topics below. Need version 2010?  

This guide is also available in French

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Price: $3.60

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500 – 999$2.25
1000 +$2.00

ISBN # : 978-1-934433-64-5

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The following topics are covered:
Design Mode vs. Fill Mode
Opening a Form to Fill
Filling in a Form in InfoPath (Tips, Errors, Sections, Repeating Sections/Tables, Choice Groups, Views)
Using Task Panes (Designing and Filling)
Filling out a Form in a Web Browser
Creating a New Form Template
Opening an Existing Form Template
Creating a Browser-Compatible Form Template
Data Sources
Inserting Controls
Laying out a Form
Inserting a Scrollable Region
Showing Object Properties
Advanced Layout with Section Controls
Adding Fields/Groups to the Data Source without Adding Controls to the Form
Deleting a Field or Group
Looking up Data/Secondary Data Source
Restrict Data Entry Using Validation
Conditionally Show/Hide/Format a Control
Previewing a Form
Checking Form Design/Compatibility
Publishing a Form Template

Includes a list of keyboard shortcuts for filling and design.

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