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  • How To: Save Images to SharePoint

    Prerequisites: You should already have FormsViewer installed and understand how to upload and open forms. You should already have an XSN form template that includes a Picture Control or File Attachment Control. If you are not familiar with Picture Controls, please see our How To: Capture Camera Images...
    Posted to Mel Balsamo (Weblog) by Mel Clemente on 09-05-2017
  • How To: Capture Camera Images

    Prerequisites: You should already have FormsViewer installed and understand how to upload and open forms. Steps. Create a new form template or open a form template that you already have in InfoPath Design mode. Locate or create a group in your form’s main that would be suitable for storing the image...
    Posted to Mel Balsamo (Weblog) by Mel Clemente on 09-05-2017
  • How To: Add Signature Capture to your Form

    Prerequisites: You should already have FormsViewer installed and understand how to upload and open forms. You should have an XSN form template that has been injected with qRules. You should have the Signature Prototype form included with this document (Download the package here ) Steps: Export all resource...
    Posted to Mel Balsamo (Weblog) by Mel Clemente on 09-05-2017
  • How To - Add Camera Capture and Image Uploads to your Form

    FormsViewer forms can capture camera images and upload them to a SharePoint library. Capturing camera images is great for mobile integration. Uploading images to SharePoint and replacing with links in your form is great for integrating photos with your customer processes. First uploaded on August 31st...
    Posted to FormsViewer (FileGallery) by Patrick Halstead on 08-31-2017
  • How To - Add Signature Capture to your Form

    Starting with FormsViewer v2.2, you can build custom controls (with code) that respond to user input and read-write form data. This How-To shows how to create a signature control for mobile devices. Also, if you would like to upload your image to a SharePoint library, here's another How-To showing...
    Posted to FormsViewer (FileGallery) by Patrick Halstead on 08-31-2017
  • Re: android

    I don't believe there are any other solutions for filling in InfoPath forms offline on mobile devices at this moment.
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by JenniferLindsay on 01-14-2013
  • Re: Alternative to Formotus

    Hi prodad, Just to clarify, you can run InfoPath only on a PC (Windows 8 Pro, Windows 7, etc.). Formotus currently runs on iPad, iPhone and Android. Today there is no InfoPath compatible app for Windows RT tablets or Windows Phone 8 (watch for one from Formotus in 2013). Glen www.formotus.com
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by FormotusGlen on 12-19-2012
  • Re: Smart Phone

    I know this post is old, but if anyone else is looking for a mobile InfoPath client , you should check out Formotus . This native mobile app supports offline work and more InfoPath controls than mobile forms in browsers . Currently supports iPhone, iPad, Android smartphones and tablets, and Windows Mobile...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by FormotusGlen on 07-13-2011
  • Re: Limitation of infopath control in Safari

    If you need more InfoPath capabilities on iPad than Safari can deliver, check out Formotus.It's like a mobile InfoPath client but better because it works offline and supports more InfoPath controls. Glen
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by FormotusGlen on 01-26-2011
  • Re: InfoPath email - iPhone and WinMo formatting challenges

    Aaron, If you want mobile users to be able to open open and edit offline, query and submit online using InfoPath forms on mobile devices, you should look into Formotus. It's like a mobile InfoPath client but better because it includes custom controls for phone-specific tasks like signature capture...
    Posted to Views (Forum) by FormotusGlen on 01-26-2011
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