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MOSS Explained: An Information Worker’s Deep Dive into Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 by John Ross, Nicola Young

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Browser-Enabled Forms

When designing a form that will be filled out in the browser, certain functionality that is available when designing a form to be filled out with the InfoPath client will not be available. Because of this difference in functionality support, it’s important to ensure that your form has the browser compatibility feature turned on. The functionality can be turned on either by checking the box to Enable browser-compatible features only in the Design a Form Template dialog box or by going to Tools > Form Options > Compatibility > Design a form template that can be opened in a browser of InfoPath.

A couple of common pieces of functionality used in InfoPath forms that are not available in browser-enabled forms are Filter Data in ...

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