Certificate In InfoPath 2010 Essentials Online Course

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Learn the Basic Features of InfoPath 2010 You will learn how to use the basic features of InfoPath 2010. This course is designed to teach you a basic understanding of InfoPath 2010. In this course, you will learn how to create, manage, and fill out interactive forms. 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 course, you will be able to: Open and close InfoPath Use InfoPath’s Available Form Templates window and the interface Add rules to customized forms Explain XML at a high level Use InfoPath Filler 2010 to fill out forms Design a form from scratch using Microsoft InfoPath Design 2010 Work with InfoPath tables Create field labels Add and modify basic controls, including picture and file attachments Understand what advanced control  types can be used for Format controls Add data validation and conditional formatting rules to controls Use the Logic Inspector and Design Checker View and modify data sources, fields, and groups Manually bind controls to a data source Create, modify, and delete InfoPath views Change the color scheme of a form Check spelling Preview and test a form Protect a form Publish or print a form Course Fast Facts: Easy to follow and understand Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required 12 months access to course Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time Download printer friendly course content Certificate (IAOTS Accredited) Course Delivery Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC, MAC, tablet or Smart Phone. Recognition & Accreditation This course is internationally recognized and accredited by...

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Requisitos: 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

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Open and close InfoPath
  • Use InfoPath’s Available Form Templates window and the interface
  • Add rules to customized forms
  • Explain XML at a high level
  • Use InfoPath Filler 2010 to fill out forms
  • Design a form from scratch using Microsoft InfoPath Design 2010
  • Work with InfoPath tables
  • Create field labels
  • Add and modify basic controls, including picture and file attachments
  • Understand what advanced control  types can be used for
  • Format controls
  • Add data validation and conditional formatting rules to controls
  • Use the Logic Inspector and Design Checker
  • View and modify data sources, fields, and groups
  • Manually bind controls to a data source
  • Create, modify, and delete InfoPath views
  • Change the color scheme of a form
  • Check spelling
  • Preview and test a form
  • Protect a form
  • Publish or print a form

Module Two: Opening and Closing InfoPath

  • Lesson One: Opening InfoPath
  • Lesson Two: Using the Available Form Templates Window
  • Lesson Three: Exploring the InfoPath's Interface
  • Lesson Four: An XML Primer
  • Lesson Five: Closing InfoPath

Module Three: Using the InfoPath Filler 2010

  • Lesson One: Launching Microsoft InfoPath Filler 2010
  • Lesson Two: Entering Data
  • Lesson Three: Checking Your Spelling
  • Lesson Four: Printing Form
  • Lesson Five: Saving the Form

Module Four: Designing a Form Framework

  • Lesson One: Creating a Blank Form
  • Lesson Two: Adding a Table
  • Lesson Three: Adding a Table
  • Lesson Four: Adding and Removing Rows or Columns
  • Lesson Five: Merging and Splitting Cells
  • Lesson Six: Formatting Tables
  • Lesson Seven: Changing Table Properties

Module Five: Adding Labels

  • Lesson One: Adding Labels
  • Lesson Two: Changing the Font Color
  • Lesson Three: Adding Effects
  • Lesson Four: Using the Font Task Pane
  • Lesson Five: Aligning Text

Module Six: Adding Controls

  • Lesson One: Adding a Standard Controls
  • Lesson Two: Adding Repeating and Optional Controls
  • Lesson Three: Adding File Controls
  • Lesson Four: Adding Picture Controls
  • Lesson Five: Advanced Types of Controls

Module Seven: Formatting Controls

  • Lesson One: Changing the Visual Properties of a Control
  • Lesson Two: Using the Control Properties Dialog
  • Lesson Three: Adding Data Validation Rules
  • Lesson Four: Applying Conditional Formatting
  • Lesson Five: Running the Logic (Rule) Inspector

Module Eight: Working with Data Sources

  • Lesson One: Viewing Data Source Information
  • Lesson Two: Managing Fields and Groups
  • Lesson Three: Adding a Data Connection
  • Lesson Four: Manually Binding Controls

Module Nine: Creating a View

  • Lesson One: Creating a Custom View
  • Lesson Two: Creating a Print View
  • Lesson Three: Setting a View as Default
  • Lesson Four: Deleting Views

Module Ten: Finishing the Form

  • Lesson One: Changing the Color Scheme
  • Lesson Two: Checking Your Spelling
  • Lesson Three: Using the Design Checker
  • Lesson Four: Protecting Your Form
  • Lesson Five: Previewing the Form

Module Eleven: Distributing Your Form

  • Lesson One: Understanding Saving vs. Publishing
  • Lesson Two: Using the Publishing Wizard
  • Lesson Three: Printing the Form

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise

  • Get over the idea that only children should spend their time in study.  Be a student so long as you still have something to learn, and this will mean all your life.  Henry L. Doherty
  • It's what you learn after you know it all that counts.  Attributed to Harry S. Truman
  • Education consists mainly of what we have unlearned.  Mark Twain