Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding Access web apps, part of SharePoint 2013: Customizing List Forms.
- We're now going to switch tools entirely…and leave InfoPath for Microsoft Access 2013…and talk about Access Web Apps.…This is a new feature for Access 2013.…It has little or no resemblence…to the Access Web databases of Access 2010.…With Access Web Apps, we're going to design…our apps including all of our forms…in our Access desktop, so it's going to feel a lot like…working in something like InfoPath.…That application then will be hosted in SharePoint…just like our list where in InfoPath…and it'll run in a browser.…
So this is going to feel a lot like the InfoPath…experience that we had in the last section.…Access Web Apps allow our users to collaborate…with their data securely on the web…rather than having it hosted locally in a network share.…You can create really complex apps.…We're going to satisfy ourselves…with a pretty simple app and Microsoft…has lots of templates available…not just for simple apps, but for complex ones as well,…that will allow you to get a quick head start.…And with Access Web Apps, we have the opportunity…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Determine the steps for generating a SharePoint list from an Excel table.
- Recognize how to set options for default list forms.
- Modify form layouts using InfoPath Designer.
- Summarize how to put together an Access web app to utilize as a list form.
- Identify how to formulate Excel surveys.
- Discover how to share the results of 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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