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

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12. Creating Reports

Getting Started

By now, you know a lot about designing forms with InfoPath 2007. Once you’ve published a form and your users start putting it to use, it’s only natural that they will want to create reports based on the form. For example, let’s say that you’ve created a status report form template. Using this form template, users can create forms that include their status for the past week, month, or quarter, for example. It’s highly likely that each manager would want to receive a report that combines all the status reports for the employees on his or her team. Of course, the head of the department will probably want the same report for all the teams in the department. Finally, the vice president may want to see an aggregate ...

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