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MOSS Explained: An Information Worker’s Deep Dive into Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 by John Ross, Nicola Young

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Mobile Browser Functionality

Returning to our earlier example, as the facilities manager for the school district, you often make rounds at all of the buildings to make note of any issues that need to be remedied. You could just jot them down on a piece of paper and then reenter them later as service requests. But this requires you to write the same thing twice and is a waste of time. A better solution is to fill out the browser-enabled InfoPath form in a mobile browser.

To allow a form to load in a mobile browser, click Tools > Form Options > Browser, and at the bottom of the screen, check the Enable rendering on a mobile device box. Although mobile forms support many of the same functions and controls as browser-enabled forms, the following ...

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