InfoPath Forms 2010

Creating InfoPath Forms 2010

Learning Outcomes:

  • Successfully complete and save a form; export form data to Excel and the Web; edit posted data. 
  • Successfully complete and save a form; export form data to Excel and the Web; edit posted data. 
  • Correctly format a form and insert pictures and customize tables given instructions from the facilitator.
  • Using information from the Lesson Lab, create custom views; set the default view; modify a view and create a print view to the instructors satisfaction.  
  • Protect InfoPath forms by applying security and set security zones. 
  • Successfully develop a form from a database, use InfoPath forms to add records to a database and query the database according to the Lesson Lab instructions.

This one-day course is for the person who has information that needs to be gathered and shared by creating and implementing XML-based forms.

 

  • Creating InfoPath Forms
  • Importing & Exporting Form Data
  • Customizing Form Layout
  • Managing Views
  • Applying Security to Forms
  • Distributing Forms
  • Managing Controls
  • Working with a Database

Creating InfoPath Forms 2010 

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

Complete and save a form; export form data to Excel and the Web; edit posted data and share forms through Outlook.  You will draft and test a form; publish a form template; troubleshoot publishing problems; create forms from templates and delete forms or templates.  Learn to format a form; insert pictures; customize tables; create optional or repeating sections, customize controls and merge forms.  Create custom views; set the default view; modify a view and create a print view.   Protect InfoPath forms by applying security and set security zones.  Develop a form from a database, use InfoPath forms to add records to a database and query the database.

Class targeted to:  Designed for individuals with Web design experience, forms administrators, information coordinators, Microsoft Office power users who need to gather, reuse, distribute and share information by using XML-based forms.

Prerequisites:  Advanced Microsoft Office experience concentrating in forms development and experience working in a tagged environment (such as HTML or FrameMaker with SGML). 

CEUs:  Upon successful participation in class and completion of all assigned exercises,   participants may receive up to .7 CEUs for this class.

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