Certificate In InfoPath 2010 Expert Online Course

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Become an expert in InfoPath 2010 You will learn how to use the advanced features of InfoPath 2010. This course is designed to go beyond a basic understanding and to explore the more advanced features of InfoPath. InfoPath is a powerful solution for collecting data from users on a variety of platforms. Microsoft InfoPath 2010 has new great features, such as the Office Fluent UI, and the ability to customize SharePoint list forms in just one click. Are you ready to take your organization to the next level with Microsoft InfoPath 2010? By the end of this Certificate In InfoPath 2010 Expert Online Course, you will be able to: Set options, including form submission, publishing, and advanced form options Customize the Ribbon and the Quick Access toolbar View form template properties Understand trusted locations Apply a digital signature or multiple signatures to a form Set confirmation messages Disable digital signatures Sign form templates digitally Use Properties for text box controls, list box controls, combo box controls, option buttons, check boxes, hyperlinks, calculated values, sections date pickers, and pictures Modify a control Set a field’s default value Change a control’s binding Set a field’s value using rules Filter data displayed in a control Understand commands and switches Use a switch once Make a reusable switch Understand the use of formulas and functions in InfoPath Use date and time functions Use field functions Use math functions Use text functions Use URL functions Use the Username function Create a rule to show a message Create a rule to show the value of a field or formula Create a rule to switch views Create a rule to set a field’s value Create a rule to open a new form to fill Create a rule to send data to a WebPart Create a rule to sign a signature line Create a rule to close the form Understand advanced condition scenarios Use data entry...

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Requirements: Entry requirements Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Minimum education Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course. Computer requirements Students will need access to a computer and the internet. Minimum specifications for the computer are: Windows: Microsoft Windows XP, or later ...


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Module One: Getting Started

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Module Two: Working with the InfoPath Environment

  • Lesson One: Setting Options
  • Lesson Two: Customizing the Ribbon
  • Lesson Three: Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Lesson Four: Setting Form Submission Options
  • Lesson Five: Setting Advanced Form Options
  • Lesson Six: Viewing Form Template Properties

Module Three: Working with Digital Signatures

  • Lesson One: About Trusted Locations
  • Lesson Two: Applying a Digital Signature to a Form
  • Lesson Three: Adding Multiple Signatures to a Form
  • Lesson Four: Setting Confirmation Messages
  • Lesson Five: Disabling Digital Signatures
  • Lesson Six: Digitally Signing Form Templates

Module Four: Doing More with Controls

  • Lesson One: Modifying a Control
  • Lesson Two: Setting the Default Value for a Control
  • Lesson Three: Changing the Binding
  • Lesson Four: Filtering Data Displayed in a Control

Module Five: Working with Control Properties, Part 1

  • Lesson One: Working with Text Box Properties
  • Lesson Two: Working with List Box Properties
  • Lesson Three: Working with Combo Box Properties
  • Lesson Four: Working with Option Button Properties
  • Lesson Five: Working with Check Box Properties

Module Six: Working with Control Properties, Part 2

  • Lesson One: Working with Hyperlink Properties
  • Lesson Two: Working with Picture Properties
  • Lesson Three: Working with Date Picker Properties
  • Lesson Four: Working with Calculated Value Properties
  • Lesson Five: Working with Section Properties

Module Seven: Using Commands and Switches

  • Lesson One: About Commands and Switches
  • Lesson Two: Types of Commands and Switches
  • Lesson Three: Using a Switch Once
  • Lesson Four: Making a Reusable Switch

Module Eight: Using Formulas and Functions

  • Lesson One: About Formulas and Functions in InfoPath
  • Lesson Two: Using Date and Time Functions
  • Lesson Three: Using Field Functions
  • Lesson Four: Using Math Functions
  • Lesson Five: Using Text Functions
  • Lesson Six: Using URL Functions
  • Lesson Seven: Using the Username Function

Module Nine: Using Action Rules

  • Lesson One: Creating a Rule to Show a Message
  • Lesson Two: Creating a Rule to Show the Value of a Field or Formula
  • Lesson Three: Creating a Rule to Switch Views
  • Lesson Four: Creating a Rule to Set a Field's Value
  • Lesson Five: Creating a Rule to Open a New Form to Fill

Module Ten: Using More Action Rules

  • Lesson One: Creating a Rule to Sign a Signature Line
  • Lesson Two: Creating a Rule to Close the Form
  • Lesson Three: Creating a Rule to Send Data to a WebPart
  • Lesson Four: About Advanced Condition Scenarios

Module Eleven: Using Queries and Data Submission

  • Lesson One: Using Data Entry Patterns
  • Lesson Two: Creating a Rule to Query for Data
  • Lesson Three: Creating a Rule to Submit Data

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up