Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Previewing the web-app form, part of SharePoint 2013: Customizing List Forms.
- We don't have any ability to display our form…here in Access.…We can only see what the controls look like.…So before we begin modifying this form,…we might wanna see what it actually looks like in runtime.…So I'm going to choose "Home",…and I'm going to launch this app.…And it will launch in our default browser.…Close our other tabs.…Notice that it's running in KinetEco.sharepoint.com,…but with a lot of stuff in between,…and right now it wants me to sign in again,…and I'm happy to do that, but you don't need…to hang around while I do that.…
I'm not surprised by that behavior,…that's actually relatively normal when I go…from Access up to SharePoint for the first time this way,…in each session.…Hm, I know you from InfoPath,…but I'm not sure I know you from Access.…This is how this list form works.…On the left, we have an area that will allow us…to actually speedily go to one item.…So, we can either browse,…or we can search this list if we wish...…
to go to a particular item.…This form allows us to immediately access a new form…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Setting options for default list forms
- Modifying form layouts with InfoPath Designer
- Creating an Access web app to use as a list form
- Creating Excel surveys
- Sharing the results from Excel surveys
Skill Level Intermediate
SharePoint Designer 2013: Custom Workflowswith Gini von Courter6h 51m Intermediate
1. Understanding Forms in SharePoint
2. Using InfoPath to Create List Forms
3. Creating Custom Forms with Access Web Apps
4. Using Excel Surveys to Create Forms
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