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Introducing Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ 2003 by Roger Jennings

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Exploring XML Data Documents

The Status Report form’s XML data document is much larger and more complex than the simple Contacts.xml file you opened in the section “Saving Data as XML Files,” in Chapter 1. Status Report data documents have many more elements than Contacts.xml, and the form you completed in the preceding sections includes elements that contain XHTML-formatted data and a picture. The Status Report form doesn’t have controls bound to most XML elements that are specified by the document’s schema. A few other sample forms add values to elements that Status Report doesn’t use.

Modifying Data Documents for Display in Internet Explorer

You can view InfoPath data documents in Notepad and, with a minor modification to the file, in Internet ...

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