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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Using Views with InfoPath List Forms

As mentioned earlier in this chapter, using InfoPath views you can create multiple views of a form, including separate views for the new, edit, and display forms. In this section, you learn how to create new, display, and edit views of a list form and change the background color of each form. You also learn how to set fields on the edit form to read-only and set a custom display form to read-only.

Perform the following steps to create views in InfoPath.

Note

The following exercise and subsequent exercises assume that you are familiar with creating lists in SharePoint 2010. If you are not then please refer to Chapter 10, “Creating and Configuring Lists and Libraries,” for details.

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