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Get a comprehensive overview of InfoPath 2013

  • Understand how to use InfoPath within SharePoint.
  • Work with List Forms.
  • Use InfoPath forms within SharePoint.

Course Description

This course introduces the user to Microsoft InfoPath 2013, a tool that allows you to create forms and gather data. In this course, you will learn how to use InfoPath within SharePoint and how to create, edit, and publish a form. You will also look at working with list forms as well as how to properly utilize the different controls and their associated properties. This course will also review some of the more advanced features of InfoPath, such as creating and modifying a data sorce or working with repeating sections. Finally, you will also take a look at how to use InfoPath forms within Sharepoint using WebParts. Instructor: Dr. Ryan Jesperson

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand how to use InfoPath within SharePoint
  • Work with List Forms
  • Create a Data Souce
  • Create a view
  • Use InfoPath Forms within SharePoint

Prerequisites and Target Audience

What will students need to know or do before starting this course?

Basic computer and Windows experience. Knowledge of forms is helpful but not required.

Who should take this course? Who should not?

Any student who wishes to learn about InfoPath 2013.


Module 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Module 2: SharePoint and InfoPath

Lecture 2 Using InfoPath with SharePoint
Lecture 3 Exploring the InfoPath Interface
Lecture 4 Creating a Form from an Existing List
Lecture 5 Creating a New List and Form Within InfoPath
Lecture 6 Creating a Form in InfoPath Using SharePoint Designer
Lecture 7 Editing a Form
Lecture 8 Publishing a Form
Lecture 9 Restoring the Default SharePoint Form

Module 3: Working with List Forms

Lecture 10 Components of the InfoPath Form
Lecture 11 Formatting Text in the Form
Lecture 12 Spellcheck Your Form
Lecture 13 Inserting or Deleting a Table
Lecture 14 Formatting a Table
Lecture 15 Add or Remove Rows and Columns
Lecture 16 Merging and Splitting Cells
Lecture 17 Adding or Removing a Field
Lecture 18 Resizing and Formatting a Field
Lecture 19 Changing Field Controls
Lecture 20 Inserting a Section
Lecture 21 Inserting a Picture
Lecture 22 Inserting a Button
Lecture 23 Inserting a Calculated Value
Lecture 24 Setting Default Field Values
Lecture 25 Creating a Validation Rule
Lecture 26 Creating a Formatting Rule
Lecture 27 Creating an Action Rule
Lecture 28 Modifying or Deleting a Rule
Lecture 29 Setting the Form Load Rules

Module 4: Advanced InfoPath Features

Lecture 30 Exploring the Fields Pane
Lecture 31 Creating a Data Source
Lecture 32 Modifying and Deleting a Data Source
Lecture 33 Creating a View
Lecture 34 Configuring View Settings
Lecture 35 Creating Cascading Columns
Lecture 36 Understanding Repeating Sections and Tables
Lecture 37 Creating a Repeating Section
Lecture 38 Using Repeating Tables to Add Multiple Items to a List
Lecture 39 Using Repeating Sections to Show Existings Records
Lecture 40 Hiding a Form Section Based on Field Values

Module 5: InfoPath Forms Within SharePoint

Lecture 41 Using the InfoPath Form WebPart on a SP Page
Lecture 42 Using Form Views for Different Groups
Lecture 43 InfoPath Form WebPart and WebPart Filters

Module 6: Conclusion

Lecture 44 Course Recap