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Faking Ribbon Buttons on InfoPath List Forms

by JamieMcAllister 24. July 2013 23:05
Recently saw a request to get rid of the delete option on a view item form, but retain the ability to switch into edit mode. As both options were on the ribbon and couldn't be removed independently I came up with a hack. Here is one idea for faking buttons on your InfoPath List Forms so that functionality you couldn't otherwise have can be attained! [More]

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Infopath | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint 2013

Remove Ribbon from SharePoint InfoPath List Form

by JamieMcAllister 10. April 2013 14:43
How to remove the ribbon and add your own buttons to a SharePoint InfoPath List Form isn't obvious. Here we see how it's done. [More]

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Infopath | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint 2013

SharePoint 2010 Add Web Part to InfoPath List Form

by JamieMcAllister 11. November 2012 01:26
When customizing a SharePoint list form with InfoPath Designer 2010 there is no option to embed web parts on your form. It is possible to do it however, and this video shows you how. [More]

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Add Repeating Sections to SharePoint Forms using InfoPath 2010

by JamieMcAllister 25. September 2012 01:51
Using InfoPath 2010 with SharePoint 2010 it's possible to create SharePoint forms that can capture repeating sections of data. This can be particularly useful for applications like timesheets where a variable number of task rows need to be completed each week, depending entirely on what the person has been working on that week. This video creates a timesheet application in SharePoint 2010 from scratch in just a few minutes. [More]

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Video: SharePoint and Infopath 2010 - Conditionally Hide Form Fields

by JamieMcAllister 22. August 2012 01:24
Here is a short video on how to Conditionally Hide SharePoint Form Fields using InfoPath 2010. [More]

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SharePoint and Infopath 2010 - Conditionally Hide Form Fields

by JamieMcAllister 12. June 2012 16:18
The Customize Form [in Infopath] button in SharePoint 2010 is a little bit of magic that makes your working life a whole lot easier. Here I explain how you can use Infopath to conditionally hide your new item form fields depending on the other field values. As an introduction to changing your SharePoint forms with Infopath - this is a good way to start. [More]

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End User | Infopath | sharepoint 2010

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