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SharePoint InfoPath Introduction

G Com Solutions
Course summary
2 days
Nationwide
Next available date: Variable depending on group number - United Kingdom
Corporate Training for Teams

Course description

In-house computer training courses

GCom Solutions  - On-Site Computer Training Courses in the UK - One-to-one and group training

Do you know the basics of Dreamweaver Are you ready to take your knowldege to the next level with JavaScript, Spry and jQuery This course will show you how to add more complexity and interactivity to your web pages by using CSS, JavaScript behaviors and Spry and jQuery widgets. The course also covers the advanced use of templates, site management and testing.

Suitability - Who should attend?

This basic InfoPath training course is aimed at users and administrators with some experience of working within the SharePoint environment. The training provides practical, hands-on instruction on the creation, optimisation and distribution of InfoPath's XML-based forms. At the end of the training, as well the exercise files, delegates will be given three months free online access to the SharePoint sites on which they worked during the course, so that they can continue practicing and learning.

Outcome / Qualification etc.

A G Com Solutions Certificate of Attendance is issued on course completion.

Training Course Content

This basic InfoPath training course is aimed at users and administrators with some experience of working within the SharePoint environment. The training provides practical, hands-on instruction on the creation, optimisation and distribution of InfoPath's XML-based forms. At the end of the training, as well the exercise files, delegates will be given three months free online access to the SharePoint sites on which they worked during the course, so that they can continue practicing and learning.

InfoPath Designer 2013 Basics

Why use an InfoPath form?, What does InfoPath do for my lists?, Why use InfoPath forms in workflows?, How does InfoPath integrate with my data?, InfoPath versus web controls and web parts, What is the InfoPath web part?, InfoPath 2013 versions, Opening InfoPath files, Starting InfoPath Designer 2013, Using the InfoPath Designer interface

Form Controls

Understanding the use of form controls, What are input controls?, What are object controls?, What are container controls?, Organizing a template with sections, Changing data binding for a control, Using text controls, Using rich text controls, Using date pickers, Using lists boxes, Using bulleted and numbered list controls, Using check boxes, Using option buttons, Changing a control's type

Repeating and Optional Sections

Using repeating tables, Using repeating sections, Using optional sections, Using choice controls, Page Designs and Views, Change the current view name, Create a new view, Change the default view, Make a view read-only, Prevent a user from selecting a view, Use a view for printing, Use a different layout for your form, Use a theme for your form, Add headers/footers to your form, Insert a table layout into your form, Modify a table layout in your form

Object Controls

Using the file attachment control, Using the hyperlink control, Calculating a value with form data, Using the picture controls

Using Functions

Use the SharePoint url functions, Calculate a future date, Get the current SharePoint user, Remove leading and trailing spaces from a field value, Remove all spaces from an entry, Default a blank amount to zero, Calculate the sum of all items, Determine a count of the items entered, Obtain a portion of an entered string, Add years to a date preserving the month and day

Form Rules

Hide or show controls based on a selected option, Format an entry based on a condition, Implement a validation rule, Add an action rule to a button, Use rules for form submission, Use rules for form loading, Validate data entry using patterns

SharePoint List Forms

Use a Form to Create a SharePoint List, Modify the Form of an Existing SharePoint List, Set Your List Form Template Back to the Default Form

Creating Browser Forms

Understanding browser, or thin-client, forms, Checking a template for use in a browser, 10. Finishing a Template, Checking spelling, Testing a template

Creating templates

Creating a template from scratch, Previewing and printing a form, Saving a template, Importing Word and Excel forms, Selecting a page layout template, Adding and formatting a layout table, Choosing a theme, Inserting a logo or other picture, Inserting an online image, Checking spelling, Testing a template

Submit and Publish to SharePoint

Publishing InfoPath templates in SharePoint, Enable your form for submission, Understanding submit options, Understanding security and publishing, Configure email submission, Publish your form to email, Using Quick Publish, Configure SharePoint library submission, Publish your form to a SharePoint library, Publishing a form to a SharePoint list

Expenses

£900 for one-to-one training

£1,100 for groups of up to 6 people

£1,300 for groups of up to 12 people

About provider

G Com On-Site Computer Training in the UK

G Com Solutions Limited

G Com Solutions design customised and effective training solutions in partnership with our clients; which equip their people with the computer skills necessary to work more productively and effectively. By delivering our training on-site, we are able to save our...


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G Com Solutions

Kemp House, City Road
EC1V 2NX London

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