Press Release: November 10, 2011
New Release From Microsoft Press--Using Microsoft® InfoPath® 2010 with Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010 Step by Step
Sebastopol, CA—Quickly teach yourself how to use Microsoft® InfoPath® 2010 to create electronic business forms for Microsoft SharePoint® 2010. With Using Microsoft® InfoPath® 2010 with Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010 Step by Step (Microsoft Press, $34.99 USD), you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them.
- Design and build InfoPath forms without writing code
- Add approval workflows to your InfoPath forms
- Integrate data from SharePoint and other company systems
- Create forms that offer a rich experience in the browser
- Build views and dashboards to display form information
- Create and use forms in the cloud with SharePoint Online
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Using Microsoft® InfoPath® 2010 with Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010 Step by Step
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By Darvish Shadravan, Laura Rogers
Print ISBN: 9780735662063 Ebook ISBN: 9780735662049
Print Price: $34.99 Ebook Price: $31.99
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