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  • Form buttons: 'Save & Copy' and 'Save & New'

    Hi all, I'm creating an InfoPath form that Submits to a SharePoint List in 2010 and will be used by a team of people inputting data. Sometimes they need to input lots of records that are almost identical to each other except for maybe one field. To save them from having to fill out the entire form...
    Posted to InfoPath 2010 (Forum) by Theonus on 01-23-2014
  • Save Button - Save to "current" library

    Hi, I have a form published to "Library_A". A workflow moves the form between "Library_B" and "Library_A". I'd like to save the form using a button. I'd like users in B to open the form and save it to Library B using the button. Likewise, after the form is moved...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Baseball17Bucks on 06-10-2013
  • Save & Submit Button on SharePoint 2010 List Form

    Hi, Is it possible to have a Save and Submit button on a SharePoint 2010 List form (browser form) while customizing using InfoPath 2010. What I thought of achieving is to have no ribbon, just 3 buttons; Save, Submit, Cancel. Save should not trigger any validations or workflows, just create a new...
    Posted to InfoPath 2010 (Forum) by blumenhause on 05-30-2013
  • Enabled Save Feature only AFTER it has been submitted

    Hi - Working in infopath2007 with sharepoint 2010. I have created a form that I only want the save feature to be enabled only after the form has been submitted. Therefore, when an individual opens a new form to fill out they would be unable to save it, only submit it. Thanks for your help! ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by preo4 on 04-24-2013
  • Re: Infopath cannot save the form <-- Narrowed down to XP / Win 7 issue

    How is your save data connection set up? Where are you saving the form to?
    Posted to General (Forum) by JenniferLindsay on 01-17-2013
  • Re: Prompt User to submit if Fields changed when they click button

    Here's one way to do it: The idea is to store a copy of the form fields & values immediately after opening, and then add a function to detect when the fields have changed. When the user clicks your close button, call this function and if the values have changed, add code to submit the form; if...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by JenniferLindsay on 01-17-2013
  • Re: Please Help me about getting filename for submission.

    I took Clay's idea and got it to work. Here's my version of a solution. 1) Create a text field on the form called FormName 2) Create a Retrieve data connection that gets the IDs from the form library 3) Create a On Form Load rule with criteria of 'If FormName is blank' do action of 'Set...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by appelgw on 12-06-2012
  • form does not close after switching views

    Infopath 2010. I have a form with 5 views, Input, approval, attachments, comments\email, audit history. I have buttons designed to 'switch views' accordingly i.e., if you are on the approval form and want to write and email\comment, click on the email\comments button and presto you switch to...
    Posted to Views (Forum) by Greg29 on 11-02-2012
  • listbox

    i have a view containing: 2 cascading list (with single choice) - list box: Zone {Europe, Asia, ... Multizone} - List box: country {France, Romania,...,MultiCountry} i would like if it possible when: Choice zone=Multizone and Choice country= MultiCountry transform...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by beginner on 10-25-2012
  • Save and Submit Options

    I have a form that needs to be updated throughout a shift. I have completed the form and enabled the multiple saving of the form. When it is Submitted the form's status is changed to "FINAL" and the name is created using the concat formula. That all works fine. The issue I am having id...
    Posted to General (Forum) by pcorrell13 on 10-08-2012
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