Microsoft InfoPath 2003 allows users to create forms that can beused immediately for data gathering, analysis, and reporting. Thisbook provides everything you need to maximize the potential of thisunique tool.
Whether you're looking to create streamlined forms, understandthe code behind InfoPath forms, or work with InfoPath at anenterprise level, you'll learn how to take advantage of all thetools InfoPath offers. A case study shows how InfoPath can be usedin conjunction with Windows SharePoint Services and MicrosoftAccess, and there's an entire chapter on using XML data sources. Bythe end of the book, you'll be comfortable with creating forms inMicrosoft InfoPath 2003 and using the features that come with the1.1 service release.
What you will learn from this book
How to use InfoPath in a range of scenarios to meet variousneeds
Ways to create an InfoPath form from an existing datasource
An overview of the numerous controls and when to use them
Techniques for working with the various types of sections thatmake InfoPath forms
How to put a form on a file server that other people canaccess
Scripting forms with JScript and VBScript
Developing InfoPath forms with VB.NET, C#, and the VisualStudio .NET InfoPath 2003 Toolkit
Implementing InfoPath forms and data security usingauthorization, trusted forms, and digital signatures
Who this book is for
This book is for both power users and developers who are lookingto create sophisticated forms quickly or take their existing formsskills to the next level.
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