Introducing Microsoft InfoPath 2003

In a number of scenarios, Office documents are used as electronic forms. For instance if you were to create a vacation request form or submit a timesheet or an expense report, you typically end up filling out either a Word or an Excel template and sending it off to another user, primarily through email. Even though business problems can potentially be solved using this approach, it isn't really the right usage for the right tool. InfoPath, a new product in Office System 2003, builds on Office applications, but instead of simply providing a free-form document-editing application, it adds a lot of structure to the types of documents created by it. With simple dragging and dropping of elements and settings, InfoPath ...

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