This two-day course will allow you to design and create InfoPath based business forms, publish these forms to a SharePoint environment and use SharePoint 2013 to manipulate and control completed forms.
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To give a complete overview of how to use InfoPath with SharePoint to create highly-customisable forms which can be used to improve business processes.
This course is for users who are required to create InfoPath forms and for SharePoint administrators who are required to administer forms.
- Create Forms
- Publish Forms
- Customize Layouts
- Understand forms in lists and library’s
- Mange Views
- Distribute Forms
- Understand incidents/problems/known errors
SharePoint is a powerful tool - there is no denying it. However, to get the most out of it you have to use add on products; InfoPath is one such product. It allows you to collect data via forms within a SharePoint environment so that you can store that data and either process it or report upon it in the future.
You will learn how to get the very best out of InfoPath and how to use it as a business tool to potentially automate business processes within a SharePoint environment. As well as creating forms you will also benefit from understanding how to troubleshoot existing forms.
Explore the User Interface
Planning InfoPath form environment
Format a Form
Insert Graphic Objects
Create Optional and Repeating Sections
Understanding incidents/problems/known error and service requests
Create Custom Views
Modify a View
Create a Print Version for a View
Assign User Roles to a View
Publish a Form Template
Troubleshoot Publishing Problems
Forms as content types
Submitting forms to an alternate library
Cascading Drop Down Lists
Delegates should have a good base of knowledge of using Internet Explorer 8.0 or later, and be familiar with basic Microsoft Office and SharePoint functionality.