InfoPath 2010 DVD
InfoPath is the preferred tool for creating and managing forms of all kinds – within and outside of SharePoint. This video DVD-ROM package contains InfoPath 2010 fundamentals video tutorials. Each video is approximately 8 to 12 minutes long and has full audio narration performed by Asif Rehmani (MVP) – author and full time SharePoint trainer and consultant.
Watch these video samples from the DVD:
- Training from actual SharePoint and InfoPath instructor
- Each video tutoria is approximately 8 to 12 minutes long
- Watch videos in Full Screen
- Videos cover skills on InfoPath 2010
- Full of Demos of the functionality.
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|Level: Intermediate||Approx Time: 2 hrs|
|InfoPath 2010 Overview||Duration (mm:ss)|
|Introduction to InfoPath 2010||This video introduces Microsoft InfoPath 2010 and demonstrates the features to start creating your first form. The features highlighted in the video are: page layout templates, layout tables, branding the form using themes, and placing labels and controls on the page to accept user input.||9:07|
|Explore InfoPath 2010 Controls||This video explores the various controls which are present in InfoPath 2010. Many have been carried over from InfoPath 2007, but some are brand new in this version of InfoPath.||15:34|
|Converting Files to InfoPath|
|Converting Microsoft Word documents to InfoPath 2010||Microsoft Word is often used to create forms. Now you can use the investment made into creating these forms by transferring them directly to InfoPath. InfoPath 2010 allows you to import a Word document directly as a form template. Once imported, you can make the modifications to the form as needed.||7:48|
|Converting Microsoft Excel workbooks to InfoPath 2010||Microsoft Excel is often used to create forms. Now you can use the investment made into creating these forms by transferring them directly to InfoPath. InfoPath 2010 allows you to import a Excel workbook directly as a form template. Once imported, you can make the modifications to the form as needed.||6:20|
|Conditional Formatting, Validation and Rules|
|Enhance InfoPath 2010 form with Rules (Validation, Formatting and Action Logic)||This video starts with a pre-made form with labels and controls on it, but no logic is configured yet. InfoPath rules are used to create the logic for all of the controls on the form. Rules are created for conditionally formatting data, validating data in controls and also to execute form logic based on form actions.||19:20|
|Use cascading drop-downs in InfoPath to display parent-child information||Showing parent-child information in an InfoPath form is very beneficial to a variety of scenarios. This video shows how you can setup the form to fetch data from database tables related to product information (Category, Subcategory, Product). Drop-down lists are used to show this related information such that when a category is selected, the related subcategories appear in the next drop-down. Subsequently, when a subcategory is selected, the related product information is populated in the next drop-down.||9:54|
|InfoPath Integration with SharePoint Lists|
|Create a SharePoint list form using InfoPath 2010||If you are running SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise, you can use InfoPath 2010 to modify SharePoint list forms. You can take advantage of all that InfoPath has to offer (conditional formatting, validation, etc.) when customizing the list form. This video shows how you can modify the out of the box Tasks list in SharePoint using InfoPath.||8:33|
|Show an InfoPath List form within InfoPath Form web part||If you are running SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise, you can use InfoPath 2010 to modify SharePoint list forms. You can take advantage of all that InfoPath has to offer (conditional formatting, validation, etc.) when customizing the list form. This video shows how you can modify the out of the box Tasks list in SharePoint using InfoPath.||4:09|
|InfoPath Form Library Forms|
|Publish InfoPath form to Form Library in SharePoint||A fully functional InfoPath form with pre-built logic is published to a new form library in SharePoint. Each step of the publishing process is explained in this video.||9:04|
|Publish InfoPath form through a site Content Type||InfoPath form templates can be encompassed within a content type. The benefit of doing this is so you can reuse this content type within multiple libraries. If you later need to update the form template, you can update it in InfoPath and republish it to the content type and all libraries that are using this content type will get updated.||6:32|
|Working with Administrator approved InfoPath form templates||One of the options of InfoPath form template deployment, in SharePoint Server Enterprise, is by making it an Administrator approved form template. This can be done with any InfoPath form template, but is the required deployment option for form templates that have code behind them or are enabled for mobile devices. Deploying a form template in this way will make it available as a site collection feature throughout the SharePoint farm.||9:31|
|Working with External Data in InfoPath Forms|
|Fetch data from Databases and SharePoint Lists into InfoPath form||An InfoPath form template is capable of making connections to a variety of external data sources such as databases, SharePoint Lists and Libraries, XML files, and web services. This video shows how you can make connections and fetch data from a database table and a SharePoint list into your form.||6:51|
|Store database connections in an InfoPath form to a data connection library||This video starts out with an InfoPath form with cascading drop-downs already enabled showing information from database tables. The data connections are converted to UDCX connection files and stored in a data connection library within a SharePoint site. Then InfoPath forms services settings are adjusted to allow the use of these connections. Lastly, the form is published to a form library where it can be filled out by an end user.||8:37|
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