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  • 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
  • Create Miniature Navigation Buttons with Centered Arrows

    When your design calls for navigation buttons that are smaller than the default size, your attempts to resize the buttons and font within the designer might prove frustrating at best. The arrows seem to never center correctly. Creating miniature navigation buttons in InfoPath can be done, but you must...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 06-09-2005
  • Create a Picture Button

    Buttons that display pictures, with or without a text label, are a common practice in Web pages and are extremely useful in certain scenarios. Picture buttons can often convey much more information to a user than text buttons and do so in less space. But InfoPath has no feature that allows you to create...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 06-08-2005
  • Order of Processing at OnClick

    In InfoPath, the order of processing when a user clicks a button is: Rules Code When you write your OnClick event handler, take into account that any rules associated with the button will be processed before the code is reached. This can be very useful, but can also create some headaches if not understood...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 07-15-2004
  • How to Really Depress a Button!

    Status: Not fixed as of the InfoPath 2003 SP2 release. I uncovered this bug merely on 2004-07-03 and reported it to my Microsoft contacts. I discovered that you can get a button into a depressed state and have it stuck there until you release it with another click. It's really not a hard thing to...
    Posted to Greg Collins (Weblog) by Greg Collins on 07-03-2004
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