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eBook Using Microsoft InfoPath 2010 with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Step by Step ePub

by Darvish Shadravan

eBook Using Microsoft InfoPath 2010 with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Step by Step ePub
Author: Darvish Shadravan
Language: English
ISBN: 0735662061
ISBN13: 978-0735662063
Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (November 6, 2011)
Pages: 480
Category: Networking & Cloud Computing
Subcategory: Computers
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 808
Formats: mobi docx lrf doc
ePub file: 1949 kb
Fb2 file: 1385 kb

With Step by Step, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Design and build InfoPath forms without writing code.

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Quickly teach yourself how to use Microsoft InfoPath 2010 to create electronic business forms for Microsoft . With Step by Step, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!

by Darvish Shadravan, Laura Rogers. Publisher: Microsoft Press. Release Date: October 2011.

by Darvish Shadravan, Laura Rogers. View table of contents. With Step by Step, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Design and build InfoPath forms without writing code.

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We’re excited to announce that Darvish Shadravan and Laura Rogers’ Using Microsoft InfoPath 2010 with . You can find the book’s introduction in this previous post

In today’s post, please enjoy reading excerpts from Chapter 5, Adding Logic and Rules to Forms, and Chapter 8, Using the InfoPath Form Web Part. In Chapter 5, you’ll learn that the ability to adapt and respond in real time to user input is a major part of the InfoPath logic engine.

Darvish Shadravan, Laura Derbes Rogers.

We’re very pleased to announce that Darvish Shadravan and Laura Rogers’ book, Using Microsoft InfoPath 2010 with .

You set the pace with Step by Step-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!

The smart way to learn how to build InfoPath forms for SharePoint—one step at a time!

Quickly teach yourself how to use Microsoft® InfoPath® 2010 to create electronic business forms for Microsoft SharePoint® 2010. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!

Design and build InfoPath forms without writing code Add approval workflows to your InfoPath forms Integrate data from SharePoint and other company systems Create forms that offer a rich experience in the browser Build views and dashboards to display form information Create and use forms in the cloud with SharePoint Online
Budar
I found the book very useful in designing and completing several SharePoint 2010 projects, which were well received and still most versatile in our SharePoint Deployment. Integration with Sharepoint Designer workflows, custom Web-part access pages and mutiple Sharepoint groups made it one of the most and heavily customized projects. When we further integrated the data collected via the Infopath forms with SSIS/SSAS/SSRS we now have an end to end system for end user data collection, analysis and cube reporting all available in the Sharepoint portal.
We also used IP forms for our custom SharePoint designer workflow custom forms with assigning tasks to groups of users and tracking the multi-step approval process to generate in the end a dynamic form conitaining all input in the approval process in one single IP form.
Whitemaster
This book is very detailed and, using the downloadable examples, basically walks you through building InfoPath forms while explaining the theory behind each option. It has been an excellent resource for me at work since I had to "jump in the deep end" and update all of our forms for electronic input into SharePoint lists. Please note, the book is as it's title proclaims, a step by step guide. Although a seasoned InfiPath user may find a great tip or two in this book it is not written for seasoned users. The author also reiterates this in the beginning of the book. In contrast, if you are a beginner and want a quick fix without the why to build upon your knowledge base the book may seem a little slow for your taste (see the first 5 words in my review). The book I very well written and one that I keep in my "classroom in a book" section. Many thanks to the authors, Mr. Shadravan and Ms. Rogers!
Arashitilar
If you have a desire to leverage InfoPath and SharePoint as a solution set, this is very good reference material.

I do have one complaint, and that is the publishers typography and selection of colors. Whe they use such small screen shorts is beyond me, why not clip the relevant portion of the screen such that the reader can see it better. Also, there is some text in grey color and very small.

Fortunately, it does come with an e-book download which makes it very easy to leverage the material. I wish all reference book authors and publishers made this available.

Recommended, you won't be disappointed, particularly with the e-book version.
Garr
I got the Kindle version and love it. The images are clear and concise. I am viewing this Kindle book on a Windows 7 Laptop with external monitor. This book assumes you know nothing about the InfoPath which I don't, even though I have used Microsoft Office products since before Office '95.
It gives and over view of what InfoPath does and how and why to add or do different things when designing forms using it. I consider this book to be very thorough. The book is very easy to read in simple language that I find reads quickly. I have read to chapter 3 and have not found anything that was not exactly what is in version 2010.
I highly recommend this Kindle version of this book. There is also a "Hot link" embedded in the book to the Microsoft WEB site for Downloading the Practice Files and eBook.
The Step by Step series are very good having had several of them for other Microsoft Office programs.
fabscf
I have always enjoyed reading Laura Rogers blog and her tutorials so I was excited to see that she worked on this book. It is the main reason that I purchased the book. The steps are simple and easy to follow. I was most interested in the custom workflows and I was glad to see a chapter dedicated to setting up these workflows in SP Designer. I am working on a few custom InfoPath forms and workflows which the book has helped me tremendously. The book also comes with a digital version so I am able to do quick searches to find what I need.
BoberMod
Perfect all around - great quality and excellent price!
spark
Good book. This wont be super-exciting because its just SharePoint, but the index is easy to use and when you find the help topic you are looking for, it is written well in a format you will likely be comfortable with. Good alternative to the 'dummies' style books, if you are like me you might be a little sick of those books.
Combining Infopath and Sharepoint was my goal and this book taught me how to do that in a fast track way. I could not believe that I went cover to cover in a short amount of time and learned so much! Now it will be a great reference book! I had a small question and Laura Rodgers answered it via Twitter. I now will be following her for sure!
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