InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 How-To
By Mann, Steven
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Real, step-by-step solutions for creating and managing data forms in SharePoint 2010 with InfoPath: fast, accurate, proven, and easy to use A concise, task-based guide for SharePoint 2010 adopters who want to enhance business processes and workflows with powerful InfoPath data forms Tested, step-by-step procedures for solving a broad spectrum of business and technical problems: an indispensable resource for both information workers and IT pros Authored by leading business collaboration solutions developer Steven Mann SharePoint 2010 and InfoPath 2010 integrate more deeply than ever before, allowing SharePoint users and developers to build powerful "e;mini-apps"e; with InfoPath forms, and use them to streamline a wide range of workflows and business processes - all without writing code. InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 How-To is a single source for reliable, easy-to-implement SharePoint solutions built with InfoPath data forms. Steven Mann presents concise tutorials to get users and developers up to speed, and walks through more than 50 procedures, providing clear and accurate steps for each one. Manns tested, step-by-step procedures include: designing form templates and libraries; using SharePoint form features; incorporating rules and functions; designing pages and views; creating workflows; using external web services data; creating tabbed navigation; providing offline form access; defining master/detail views; displaying and managing lists; dynamically populating repeating tables; tracking changes, and dozens more. Readers will also find several proven procedures for streamlining administration and troubleshooting. This book goes far beyond "e;tips and trick"e; to serve as the daily reference resource for every information worker and IT professional who wants to solve real business and technical problems with SharePoint 2010 and InfoPath 2010.