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  • 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: 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: New Office and SharePoint 2010 Developer Workshop available on Channel 9

    This week, Channel 9 launched two new training courses for SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 created by developers for developers. You’ll find extensive instructor recordings from top MVPs on how to develop against both SharePoint and office 2010. InfoPath is featured in: Office 2010 Developer...
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