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  • Hiding the views in the Infopath ribbon.

    Is there a away to disable the views for a LIST FORM in the InfoPath ribbon as we can for a FORM LIBRARY form. On the form options screen for a form library form the option to hide views is as simple as removing the check mark, but the same option doesn't exist for the list form. Form Options for...
    Posted to General (Forum) by U2meLab3 on 12-24-2015
  • Sections not Hiding

    Hi there, I have created a form for audit feedback and have been looking on this site for help and advicce which I have found, however I cannot seem to get the sections with the buttons on to hide, I have a section which is hidden at the top of the form with bolean check boxes for each section the button...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by Pascoea447 on 02-19-2013
  • Re: How can I collapse/expand a repeating section

    InfoPath won't let you collapse/expand a repeating table, but you can show/hide each instance of it. Depending on whether you also need to hide some of the text associated with your repeating tables, you can either put a formatting rule directly on the repeating table and hide that under certain...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by nkstrou on 01-15-2013
  • Turn Controls on and off before sending to a user

    I am trying to create an InfoPath 2010 form to collect data from a user. The form has several questions and I need the initiators (Help Desk personnel) to select the questions they need input and hide the other question. I thought using a checkbox with rules would do the job but apparently no. Does anyone...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by cmp9969 on 06-13-2012
  • Hide/Reveal Section Based on Multi-Selection Choice Pulling from SQL DB

    Ok... I hope I can explain this clearly. First, I have a SQL DB data connection set up in IP 2010. The tables have a lot of data that I'm using to create cascading/dependent choices for the end user (Business Operation > Organization > Line of Business > Job Function > Specialty). I wanted...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Jen B on 05-18-2012
  • Re: Finding "All Occurrences of" ??

    The section where I put my optNonCSSPassFail is one that I show by default but hide under certain circumstances. I got to thinking that maybe the default row was triggering my Action Rule somehow, so I added criteria to my condition to reflect those that I want my section to be visible for. Because my...
    Posted to General (Forum) by nkstrou on 03-02-2012
  • Hiding blank controls in view

    Hi, I have an InfoPath 2007 form with different views (summary, address, finance, etc.) which users have to complete. The last view is an overview of ONLY the fields (in sections) containing data. That means if a field is blank, it should not appear in the view. I have tried this with duplicating all...
    Posted to Views (Forum) by saswiss on 11-01-2011
  • How do you minimize the white space when hiding controls?

    Hi.. I'm currently working on an InfoPath 2010 template part. Within the tempate, I have many sections and other controls that I'm hiding, and turning hiding off based on a response from the user. The problem I'm having is that it makes for a lot of white space in the form between controls...
    Posted to General (Forum) by hzainal on 02-02-2011
  • Custom Task Pane

    Hi, I have a Custom HTML Task Pane that I do not want to show when my form first opens. Is there any way to set the visible property to false during the On Load event? I've tried but seems to be a timing issue because the initial view hasn't loaded yet. I can't find anything in InfoPath that...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Laura B on 04-09-2010
  • Hide Button if Online/Offline

    Is it possible to hide a button based on your connection status? (e.g. Online/Offline). And without code? For example, I'd like to hide a Refresh button if you're online.
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by PeterB on 03-01-2010
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