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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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InfoPath and Custom ASPX List Forms

Where a list includes multiple content types you may choose to only customize a single content type with an InfoPath form. InfoPath and ASPX list forms can coexist in a list. A problem can occur where you’ve previously customized ASPX list forms in a list.

Where you’ve already customized ASPX list forms, using the process outlined in Chapter 25, and set those forms as the default forms for a list, subsequently customizing the same forms with InfoPath results in the continued use of the custom ASPX forms. For instance, in Figure 26.34, the customnew.aspx form is set as the default New form for the list. The list forms have subsequently been customized with InfoPath forms. However, when adding new items to the ...

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