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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Working with the InfoPath Form Web Part

When you publish an InfoPath list form to SharePoint, the form is published as an InfoPath Form Web Part. You can also separately add InfoPath forms to pages throughout SharePoint sites by using the same Web part, accessed from the site collection’s Web part gallery. Figure 26.45 shows the InfoPath Form Web Part configuration settings, which include options to select from a list or library, select the content type, display as read-only, and show InfoPath Ribbon or toolbar. The Web part also includes options for selecting the form view along with submit behavior for the form. In the next section, you find out how to configure InfoPath views and leverage the view settings in the InfoPath Form Web Part.

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