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  • How to get to a specific control thoughcode (infopath 2003)

    Hey all. Somewhat of an infopath newbie here, but have managed to make it do what I want for the most part. At least, until today. Here's a description of what I want to do: The users can draw on an inkpicture. What I want to do is click a button and erase the stuff on the picture (in case of an...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by lvcsslacker on 07-28-2009
  • Tabbed navigation

    Hello, I'm hoping that someone can help me out. I created a really nice form in InfoPath 2007 that used tabbed navigation, managed by a small script, following a tutorial I found online. Basically, I have buttons that when clicked, show only certain sections of the form. Now, the problem is, jscript...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by blue_psychedelic on 04-20-2009
  • Select a Master Table Row via Code, v1.0

    Available Versions JScript VBScript VB.NET C# V1 SP1 ü Techniques Demonstrated: Identify the currently selected master table row using GetNamedNodeProperty. Change the currently selected master table row using SetNamedNodeProperty. Use buttons to select the first and last rows in the master table...
    Posted to Samples and templates (FileGallery) by Greg Collins on 09-01-2006
  • Reordering Table Rows. v1.0

    Available Versions JScript VBScript VB.NET C# V1 ü SP1 ü ü Techniques Demonstrated: Reordering table rows via script. Table row numbering with an Expression Box. Miniature arrow buttons. Hand-edited XSL, includes: Updated style attribute of arrow buttons to include: LINE-HEIGHT: 5px; Conditional...
    Posted to Samples and templates (FileGallery) by Greg Collins on 09-01-2006
  • Populating Fields After Selection With Search, v1.0

    Available Versions JScript VBScript VB.NET C# V1 SP1 ü Requirements: Local Installation of Microsoft SQL Server. SQL Northwind database installed. Techniques Demonstrated: Using SQL as a secondary data source. Connecting a drop-down list box to a SQL database. Using rules to populate the main data...
    Posted to Samples and templates (FileGallery) by Greg Collins on 09-01-2006
  • Dynamic and Optional In-View Instructions, v1.0

    Available Versions JScript VBScript VB.NET C# V1 SP1 ü Techniques Demonstrated: Dynamic in-view instructions using expression boxes and conditional formatting. Optional in-view instructions using secondary data sources and conditional formatting. Open Rules. Multiple views. Hiding views from the...
    Posted to Samples and templates (FileGallery) by Greg Collins on 09-01-2006
  • Accessing and Updating Repeating Table Row Cells, v1.1

    Available Versions JScript VBScript VB.NET C# V1 ü SP1 ü Techniques Demonstrated: Populate a table cell when a row is inserted (via rules in SP1 and code in V1). Reference a different cell on the same row (via rules in SP1 and code in V1). Using a button per table row to update a cell (via...
    Posted to Samples and templates (FileGallery) by Greg Collins on 09-01-2006
  • Create a Tabbed Content Pane

    When filling out a form with several different sections it is very convenient to use tabs to separate these sections. Tabs quickly and easily let the user know what sections are available and have become a vital part of graphical user interfaces. Using advanced design techniques, InfoPath can be used...
    Posted to Matt Faus (Weblog) by Matt Faus on 01-11-2006
  • Disable a Button Until All Required Fields are Filled In

    You might have a button in your form—such as a submit button—that you want to prevent the user from being able to click until all required form fields are filled in. This can be done using conditional formatting. The complexity of the conditional formatting depends on your form. In this task...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 06-16-2005
  • Prevent Button Borders from Appearing Bold

    You might encounter a situation where a button in your view appears to have a bold border, as shown in Figure 1. Traditionally in the Microsoft Windows operating system, a bold border designates a default button—meaning it is the one that is activated by default when you press Enter assuming you...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 06-13-2005
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