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Introducing Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ 2003 by Roger Jennings

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Applying Color Schemes and Background Colors

InfoPath comes with 17 predefined color combinations, which you select in design mode from the Color Schemes task list, as shown in Figure 7-1. Each combination has six color squares, but most schemes have duplicate colors in positions 4 and 6 (numbered from left to right). You apply a color scheme to your form’s master layout table by clicking the name of the scheme in the Color Schemes task pane. Layout tables, repeating tables, and sections are transparent by default, so they receive the color scheme’s background color if you haven’t previously applied shading to a table or section. (The 25 sample InfoPath forms use the Blue color scheme, but they don’t embed sections and repeating tables in a ...

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