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

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15. Writing Code in InfoPath

Getting Started

Welcome to the first chapter in Part II! The advanced chapters are the next steps for form designers who are comfortable with creating complex InfoPath forms without code. As we venture into the facets of programming the InfoPath platform, you’ll learn how to create even more dynamic and sophisticated form templates than the design-mode user interface allows. But to really take advantage of the added value these advanced topics offer, we highly recommend that you know the material presented in the first part of this book.

In this chapter, we’ll start by showing you how to add code to a new or existing InfoPath form template. InfoPath supports two classes of code: script and managed code. In this chapter, ...

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