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XML in Office 2003: Information Sharing with Desktop XML by Priscilla Walmsley, Charles F. Goldfarb

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Chapter 10. Using scripts with forms InfoPath Script Developer Task

  • Associating scripts with events

  • Using Script Editor

  • The InfoPath object model

You can get more out of InfoPath by adding custom validation and calculations that aren’t possible through the product’s user interface. This chapter describes how to write scripts and associate them with InfoPath forms to add this extra functionality.

Skills required

Skills required

This chapter requires an understanding of XPath (see Chapter 17, “XPath primer”, on page 384 and Chapter 24, “XML Path Language (XPath)”, on page 498) and either VBScript or JScript.

Why use scripts?

Using a script, you can manipulate both the InfoPath ...

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