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ABOUT MERyan Dennis, MCTS, MCITPSenior SharePoint Engineer       SharePointRyan.com       @SharePointRyan       linkedin.c...
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WORKING WITH SHAREPOINTRECORDS CENTER SITESFunneling your Info down a new Path…www.iccohio.com
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2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides
2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides
2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides
2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides
2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides
2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides
2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides
2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides
2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides
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2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides

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InfoPath provides business users with a familiar, feature rich means of creating dynamic, powerful electronic forms. While it has been around since the 2003 release of Microsoft Office, InfoPath 2010 combined with SharePoint 2010, is a match made in heaven. InfoPath is heavily integrated into SharePoint 2010, and users can now create engaging forms within minutes and without writing a single line of code. This presentation will show you how you can start leveraging InfoPath to funnel your business information down a new path. Demos, gotchas, tips & tricks will all be a part of this 10,000 foot view of Microsoft InfoPath as it relates to SharePoint 2010.

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  • IMPORTANT:Login to site withisg1085\\sharepointryan, open intranet and www sitesOpen SharePoint Designer and connect to siteOpen InfoPath Designer and the two forms
  • Create a contacts list, modify the form in InfoPath, change the look & feel – add a dropdown to States list replacing textbox (RGB 5,172,195)
  • Create a new InfoPath WS Form talking to the Sites web service to show it, then open the existing oneTalk through the form, then show the workflowRun through the approval process
  • Transcript of "2012 Microsoft Heartland Region SharePoint Conference Slides"

    1. 1. Info engage connect succeed
    2. 2. ABOUT MERyan Dennis, MCTS, MCITPSenior SharePoint Engineer SharePointRyan.com @SharePointRyan linkedin.com/in/ryandennis rdennis@iccohio.com www.iccohio.com
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    9. 9. WORKING WITH SHAREPOINTLIST FORMSwww.iccohio.com
    10. 10. calendars contactsWORKING WITH SHAREPOINTLIST FORMS tasksLists are a collection of data in a site…www.iccohio.com
    11. 11. •••••
    12. 12. WORKING WITH SHAREPOINTLIBRARY-BASED FORMSwww.iccohio.com
    13. 13. Business User IT Administrator I don’t want to I want to create give you sites!!! permission to create sites…
    14. 14. •••••
    15. 15. WORKING WITH SHAREPOINTRECORDS CENTER SITESFunneling your Info down a new Path…www.iccohio.com
    16. 16. www.muhimbi.com
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    19. 19. QUESTIONS?www.iccohio.com
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