Microsoft Office 2010 Engineering
The official blog of the Microsoft Office product development group

Browse by Tags

  • Blog Post: Take a list offline using SharePoint Workspace 2010

    In this short video demo, Shirish Pulikkal from the InfoPath test team shows how you can customize a SharePoint list in InfoPath designer and work with the list offline in SharePoint Workspace. The Scenario: A fictitious company Fabrikam wants to track assets in their lab using SharePoint list. They...
  • Blog Post: Create a Rating Control using Picture Buttons

    In this short video demo, Matt Bielich from the InfoPath test team shows how you can add a rating control to your InfoPath 2010 forms using picture buttons.
  • Blog Post: Debugging Sandboxed Code in InfoPath 2010 Forms

    In this video demo, Phil Newman from the InfoPath program management team shares some tips and tricks for debugging InfoPath forms with sandboxed code on SharePoint server 2010. Here is this link to the ULS viewer tool that is used in the demo: Download location: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/ULSViewer...
  • Blog Post: Using Multiple Views in Customized List Forms

    Hi, my name is Laura Harrington, and I’m a program manager on the InfoPath team. In this short video demo, I will show how you can optimize the form filling experience for different tasks and users by creating multiple custom views in your customized SharePoint list forms.
  • Blog Post: Add items to a SharePoint list using managed code

    In this video demo, Phil Newman shows how you can write managed code in an InfoPath form to add items to a SharePoint list, and then publish this form as a sandboxed solution to SharePoint. In InfoPath 2010, forms with code can now be published directly to SharePoint without requiring the farm administrator...
  • Blog Post: Package and Re-use a SharePoint List Solution

    This week’s post continues the theme of SharePoint list customization. In this short video demo, Roberto Taboada from the InfoPath program management team shows how you can quickly and easily re-use your customized SharePoint lists by packaging them as SharePoint list templates. This is a really powerful...
  • Blog Post: Customize an External List Form in InfoPath 2010

    In this week's “5 for forms” video demo, Trey Brumley, a software design engineer in test shows how you can use InfoPath to customize the form for an external list on SharePoint that connects to a SQL Employee database through Business Connectivity Services.
  • Blog Post: Use Rules and Filters to Create Cascading Dropdowns in Forms

    Hi, my name is Anson Hidajat and I’m a program manager on the InfoPath team. In this week's “5 for forms” video demo, I will show how you can use rules and filters to create cascading dropdown lists in a tennis tournament bracket application. Enjoy and please send us your feedback!
  • Blog Post: Create Code-Free Mashups with InfoPath and SharePoint Web Parts

    Hi, My name is Nicholas Lovell and I’m a developer on the InfoPath team. In this video demo, I will walk through how to create a simple portal page for processing claims at an insurance company. This claims portal includes a SharePoint Web Part with a list of all the claims, an InfoPath Web Part that...
  • Blog Post: Add a Dynamic Map to a Contact Form using REST Web Services

    Update: Due to a change in the Bing Maps REST Web Service, the steps outlined in this blog post no longer work. We are looking into the possibility of using a different API, and will update this post soon with details. Hi, Phil Newman here from the InfoPath team. In this post, I’ll explain how to use...
  • Blog Post: Create a Loan Calculator using the InfoPath and Excel Web Parts

    In this week’s “5 for Forms” video demo, Nick Dallett will show you how to create a loan calculator application without writing a line of code. This simple application leverages the power of the InfoPath and Excel Web Parts by using an InfoPath form to input the values that are sent to an Excel Workbook...
  • Blog Post: Create a SharePoint list using InfoPath 2010

    This week’s “5 for forms” video demo continues the theme of SharePoint list customization. In the 1st video in this series, Daniel Broekman showed how you can take an existing list on SharePoint and customize the form for that list in InfoPath. In this week’s video demo, Ines Khelifi, a developer on...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Sandboxed Solutions - Sort data in repeating tables using managed code

    Hi. My name is Phil Newman and I'm a program manager on the InfoPath team. In this post, I'd like to introduce you to one of my favourite new features in InfoPath 2010 - Sandboxed Solutions. In InfoPath 2010, forms with code can now be published directly to SharePoint without requiring the farm administrator...
  • Blog Post: Manage data in your SharePoint Lists using the InfoPath Form Web Part

    One of the powerful new features in InfoPath 2010 is the InfoPath Form Web Part. This is the 1st in a series of videos where we will show how to use the InfoPath Form Web Part to create rich mashups on portal pages in SharePoint, without writing a single line of code. In this video, Nick Dallett, a program...
  • Blog Post: Manage data in your SharePoint Lists using the InfoPath Form Web Part

    One of the powerful new features in InfoPath 2010 is the InfoPath Form Web Part. This is the 1st in a series of videos where we will show how to use the InfoPath Form Web Part to create rich mashups on portal pages in SharePoint, without writing a single line of code. In this video, Nick Dallett, a program...
  • Blog Post: Create tabbed navigation using picture button controls

    In the 2nd installment of our "5 for Forms" video demo series, Charlie Han, a program manager intern on the InfoPath team shows how you can use our new picture button control to create tabs to more easily navigate your forms. (There are additional steps required to create...
  • Blog Post: Customize a SharePoint List Form using InfoPath 2010

    Today sees the launch of our new "5 for forms" video demo series. In this series, we will demo a cool new InfoPath 2010 feature or scenario in less than 5 minutes. In the 1st video of the series, Daniel Broekman, a program manager on the InfoPath team will show you how you can customize a SharePoint...
Page 1 of 1 (17 items)