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  • Sharepoint list/Infopath form: need help with certain requirements

    Hi guys, I'm required to create a form that will also populate the results in various ways. and I'm having a few problems with some of the requirements. Requirement 1: On part of the form they will have to state Yes or No to a question and this will determine if they need to fill out another...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Marc.Kenny on 06-22-2016
  • Re: FFF

    Hi ktzouv , I'm looking into this. To answer your question, yes, it should be possible. Try checking this link
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Heidi on 08-26-2014
  • Making a button attach as many files as the user wants

    Hi - I am making a form for my company and I want to be able to let the user click a button and attach as many files as s/he wants. I'd like to look similar to email...three file attachments available and then have a button that will say "attach more files..." and allow the user to upload...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by rf0526 on 10-14-2013
  • create an edit form button

    Hi. I have a form (customize sharepoint list form). Regular users can submit a new item using a custom submit button. Approvers can approve with another submit button. Through workflows I send the list items to a calendar. When opening the calendar item, I can select the ItemID and open the form in VIEW...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by TwanVeugelers on 08-21-2013
  • Populate repeating table cell value after button insert

    Hello. Sorry (again) if the information for my question is already posted but I am new to Infopath (2007) and the examples I have found in the threads do not solve my issue... I have a repeating table with a button to insert a new row. Upon clicking the button, the current row is copied into the new...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by MattyG on 05-07-2013
  • One button for submit and one for save

    I want to hide the ribbon, create a submit button on the form (done) and after the submitter clicks the "submit" button, the submit button disappears (done) and the save/update button appears and stays for all future updates to the form (need help with this part)
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by cjbrown815 on 04-25-2013
  • Two buttons

    Hi, here is a problem I can't figure it out. There are should be two buttons in infopath form. If I click on first - the data goes to the first sharepoint library. If I click second - the data goes to second sharepoint library. But every time I change settings in one of the buttons it automaticly...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by chees on 07-05-2012
  • Help/information button

    Hi all I would like to add some buttons next to certain fields that a user can click on which will then display additional information regarding filling in that field. I have added a button control and a text control which is hidden but have no idea what to do so the text appears when the button is clicked...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Kazzahere on 02-07-2012
  • change button

    I need help figuring out how to make a button switch back and forth between two values in a text box. When 1st value is displayed, click button and the 2nd value is displayed. When 2nd value is displayed, click button and 1st value is displayed again and so on. The value in the text box is determined...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Doreen on 09-28-2011
  • Re: Infopath 2007: Submit to sharepoint at each stage in workflow?

    As you mention, you will need SharePoint Workflow here. You do not want nor need multiple submits, nor do you need to email the entire form. My first question is - will the users in the email process (the "next person in the list") need to edit the InfoPath form and put something in it, or...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by suehernandez on 09-12-2011
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