How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003

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Mcgraw-hill, Feb 25, 2004 - Computers - 450 pages
Tap into the power of the newest member of Microsoft’s Office suite. Learn to use InfoPath’s robust set of tools to capture information that’s locked away in document-based forms. Quickly create forms and data-gathering applications that use XML to separate form and content. This “raw” information can then be integrated into back-end systems, providing an end-to-end solution for data capture in the enterprise.

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Contents

Introducing XML
24
Work with InfoPath Forms
35
Form Design Overview
68
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David McAmis (Sydney, Australia) is an IT consultant, journalist and author. As a partner in a consulting firm that develops and supports windows, web and mobile applications, David fulfills the roles of enterprise architect and developer, bringing to bear experience across a wide number of platforms, databases and ERP systems (including J.D. Edwards, Baan and SAP) to deliver innovative solutions for common business problems.

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