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Office and SharePoint 2007 User's Guide: Integrating SharePoint with Excel, Outlook, Access, and Word by Michael P. Antonovich

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10.3. Publishing a Form to a Content Type

In this section, you will see how to publish a form to a site content type. With a site content type, you can easily add the form as a content type to any library in the site or its subsites. Therefore, if you have a form that users need to access from many different sites, publishing the form as a content type may be the fastest way to make it available across multiple libraries. It will also let you manage any future changes from a central location.

Just like publishing a form to a specific library, you need to begin with the form open in Design mode in InfoPath. Then select Publish from the File menu. On the first page of the Publishing Wizard, select the option Site Content Type (advanced), as shown ...

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