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In this course, InfoPath expert Gini Courter shows how to create and publish sophisticated electronic forms using the latest version of Microsoft's form-creation tool. The course introduces the new InfoPath Designer tool and its Ribbon interface and provides in-depth tutorials on designing form templates. The course explains how to create browser forms and publish forms via email, the network, and SharePoint. It also demonstrates advanced aspects of InfoPath, like connecting forms to outside data sources and creating templates from Office documents, databases, or XML files.
Hi! I am Gini Courter, and I'd like to welcome you to InfoPath 2010 Essential Training. In this course, I will show you how to use Microsoft InfoPath Designer to create powerful forms that are easy to use. The templates we build will be strong templates that won't waste users' time skipping over sections they don't need, templates that use rules to validate the data our users enter against schemas that we will create as we build our forms. InfoPath contains over 30 controls, so we can provide our users with a rich user experience.
Many organizations use InfoPath exclusively with SharePoint, so you will learn how to publish your form in a SharePoint Library so users can fill it out using a browser. Whether you are new to InfoPath forms or have some experience but want a more structured way to think about form development, I am going to provide you with an in-depth look at how to use Microsoft InfoPath Designer 2010 to create forms that create business solutions. Let's get going.
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