Quick Reference Teaches Essentials of Creating Forms Using InfoPath

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If you are interested in creating XML-based custom forms using Microsoft's InfoPath, you should check out CustomGuide's quick reference to using InfoPath 2007. InfoPath makes creation of electronic forms easier by providing tools and templates for developing forms using familiar elements like checkboxes, text boxes and radio buttons. Forms can also be stored, shared and collaborated on using SharePoint, and information created in other programs such as Excel, Word and SQL Server also integrates with InfoPath.


CustomGuide's reference guide:

  • Describes the elements of the interface
  • Reveals keyboard shortcuts for performing common tasks
  • Teaches the fundamentals of creating forms templates using the toolbar
  • Explores the Design Tasks task pane and design elements
  • Shows you how to work with tables


Use CustomGuide's handy reference to quickly master the basics of creating forms and streamline your business processes.


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