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Last Monday's Webcast: Digital Signatures in InfoPath 2003

Last Monday's Webcast: Digital Signatures in InfoPath 2003

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Hello everyone,

I want to thank those of you who attended Monday’s WebCast: Digital Signatures in InfoPath 2003 which was presented by Mihaela Cristina Cris.  I hope you enjoyed the talk as much as I did and were able to learn something new.  Also, I hope you filled out a survey at the end of the talk so you are entered in the Halo 2 contest.  (Please visit the following URL for more information about the contest: http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/infopath/multimedia/default.aspx.)

If you were unable to attend the talk, don’t worry.  It was recorded and is available via the following URL: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032259544&Culture=en-US. (You will have to register before you can view the recorded WebCast.)

There will be no WebCast next week  but please join us in two weeks on Monday, November 29 from 11am – 12:30am PST for the next presentation in the InfoPath WebCast series: “Creating Custom Controls for InfoPath SP-1” which will be presented by Andrew Ma, a Software Test Engineer on the InfoPath team.  You can register for this talk by clicking on the following URL: http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/webcasteventdetails.aspx?eventid=1032259546&culture=en-us. I hope you will join us.

Here is more information about the talk:

MSDN Webcast: Creating Custom Controls for InfoPath SP-1—Level 400    

Start Time:       Monday, November 29, 2004 11:00 AM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada

End Time:        Monday, November 29, 2004 12:30 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada

Event Description 

Get up to speed quickly with Microsoft® Office InfoPath™. Join us in this webcast as we discuss the steps needed to write an ActiveX control which works in InfoPath as a custom control.

Presenter: Andrew Ma, Software Test Engineer, Microsoft Corp.

Andrew Ma is a Software Test Engineer in the Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ team where he has been working for two years. His SP1 responsibilities were primarily the ActiveX support for custom control creation.

Thanks,

Scott

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