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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Working with the HTML Form Web Part

In SharePoint 2010, the HTML Form Web Part, shown in Figure 6.26, is an alternative to using the CEWP to add source and formatting to SharePoint pages. Of course, the Web part also has other uses, such as connecting to a SharePoint list and allowing users to enter lookups and query data in the corresponding list. See http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-foundation-help/use-the-html-form-web-part-to-filter-and-display-data-in-another-web-part-HA101791813.aspx and the “Connecting Web Parts” section later in this chapter. However, this section discusses how you can leverage the HTML Form Web Part similar to how you used the CEWP to style a SharePoint page.

Figure 6.26 HTML Form Web Part shown on page. ...

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