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Designing Forms for Microsoft Office InfoPath and Forms Services 2007 by Hagen Green, Scott Roberts

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9. Saving and Publishing

Getting Started

We’ve come to a point in this book where you have learned many ins and outs of InfoPath. However, we haven’t covered a final yet critical part of designing a form: deployment.

Without deployment, you can’t effectively distribute your form. We will look at various ways you can deploy, or publish, your form template. Publishing is the means of preparing a form template so users can fill it out. There are four ways to publish, depending on how users access your template:

• Saving to a network location

• Uploading to a SharePoint or Forms Services site

• Sending via e-mail

• Creating an installable form for redistribution

Each mechanism has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. As we review choices ...

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