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Introducing Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ 2003 by Roger Jennings

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Adding a Microsoft Word Print View

A Microsoft Word print view applies a custom .xsl file that transforms an InfoPath form into an HTML document that contains Word formatting tags, and then uses the Microsoft Office System 2003’s Microsoft Office Image Writer print driver to create a Microsoft Document Imaging (.mdi) or TIFF (.tif) bitmap file from the document. You can print the .mdi or .tif file or apply Office’s optical character recognition (OCR) feature to the image to generate a formatted Word .htm, .doc, or .rtf file. The tricky part of the process is authoring the .xsl file, which requires XSLT expertise and a working knowledge of the ...

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