Chapter 9. An Introduction to Creating Forms with InfoPath

I know many people who have installed Microsoft Office 2010 or even 2007 on their desktop machines. On practically a daily basis, they open and use Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Word. They may even use Excel, PowerPoint, and occasionally Access. Nevertheless, many of them have never noticed a largely undiscovered tool named InfoPath, which first became part of the Office Suite in 2003 and which Microsoft has significantly enhanced since then.

InfoPath is important to your SharePoint implementation because it brings an easy-to-use form design tool based on XML (Extensible Markup Language) to the desktop and your browser. With it, you can gather data from users without having to write applications, ...

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