Microsoft Office 2010 Engineering
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  • Blog Post: E-Mailing a Custom View

    Lately, we've had a lot of interest in e-mailing a custom view with InfoPath forms that are submitted via e-mail. There are a few simple tricks that will allow you to do this. Before we start, note that, in the InfoPath rich client, you have the option to "Send to Mail Recipient" from the file menu...
  • Blog Post: Integrated Innovation: Access Data Collection

    One of the major bets we continue to work on delivering is the notion of integrated innovation. Across Office, we have applications that are great at certain tasks and one of our jobs is to try and bring those great technologies together to make a fantastic customer experience. A great demonstrations...
  • Blog Post: Open your rolodex from InfoPath using the Contact Selector

    Speaking of Outlook integration , Microsoft Office 2007 includes a new control that enables you to choose one or more e-mail address from the address book. You can add this control to InfoPath’s list of custom controls by using the Add or Remove Custom Controls wizard like you would for any other...
  • Blog Post: Accessing InfoPath forms from Outlook

    We have made significant investment in Office 2007 to better integrate InfoPath with Outlook. To that effect we have made it really ease to use InfoPath forms from within Outlook. When you email InfoPath forms from InfoPath 2007(using File/Send To Mail Recipient or Email submit adapter), you will now...
  • Blog Post: Using InfoPath e-mail forms

    First I’d like to mention that, as part of a recent announcement, the product name for InfoPath “12” is Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007. This is the name I’ll be using from now on in my blog. In my first post I talk about the benefits of browser-enabled forms. I’d like to focus now on the InfoPath rich...
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