Chapter 11. Introducing Microsoft InfoPath 2003

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Introducing InfoPath

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Designing forms

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Filling out forms

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Using InfoPath for collaboration

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New Features in InfoPath SP1

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Like OneNote, Microsoft InfoPath is a new member of the Microsoft Office family. Unlike OneNote, though, InfoPath is primarily directed at the corporate market. In this chapter, you’ll learn the basics of InfoPath, which should help you evaluate whether its XML-oriented functionality could be useful in your own organization.

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InfoPath isn’t included with all versions of Microsoft Office 2003. See Appendix ...

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