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

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Tables

TABLE 2.1: Starting Points for Form Design 30

TABLE 2.2: Data Requirements for the MOI Consulting Employment Application 32

TABLE 2.3: Design Tasks Pane 34

TABLE 2.4: Standard Controls 45

TABLE 2.5: Controls That Support Applying Font to All Controls 82

TABLE 3.1: Icons Shown in the Data Source Task Pane for Various Types of Data Source Nodes 87

TABLE 3.2: InfoPath 2007 Controls and Their Binding Behaviors 89

TABLE 3.3: XML Data and Schema That Match Before Changing a Field or Group Name 96

TABLE 3.4: Mismatched XML Data and Schema After a Name Change 96

TABLE 3.5: How Data Source Operations on a Published Form Template May Affect Saved Forms 97

TABLE 3.6: Data Types Available in InfoPath Design Mode and Their Value Ranges 99

TABLE 3.7 ...

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