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  • Re: Action log in Infopath

    Hello, We do have an XTP that does just this - it's called the Change History XTP. It has a Save button that records a history of who saved the form at what time. It also has a place where users can enter notes before saving. Each time the button is clicked, it adds a row into a repeating table with...
    Posted to InfoPath 2010 (Forum) by Mel Clemente on 07-17-2012
  • Qdabra Change History XTP for InfoPath 2010

    Add a change history group to your form to track changes. This XML Template Part is a control. Download it and add it to your Designer using the Add Custom Controls. After you have added it to the custom controls section, just drag and drop it into your view. Only works with 2010 and may require some...
  • Vertical Tab software Compatible with 2007 InfoPath?

    I would like to get a copy of your vertical tab tpx software, however, I have been unable to find if it compatible with 2007?
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by bwrugger on 02-25-2011
  • Multiple electronic signature in repeating section

    Hi guys: We recently purchased your electronic signature template part. Followed the nicely written instructions and works fantastically! I'm now following this guide to use multiple signatures for a form. However what I'm experiencing is a blank picture control where the signature would go,...
    Posted to Qdabra Template Parts (Forum) by nick222 on 01-21-2011
  • Qdabra’s AdUserInfo XTP

    Qdabra’s AdUserInfo template part is useful for solutions that require sending of forms via email. Populate your ‘From’ and ‘To’ fields with valid email addresses that are retrieved from the Active Directory. HOW IT WORKS This is how the template part looks in InfoPath Preview mode: Clicking the ‘Click...
    Posted to Mel Balsamo (Weblog) by Mel Clemente on 02-04-2010
  • Re: Contact Selector XTP help please

    Hi selch, Please try the following: To get the names: Open your XSN in InfoPath Design mode. Go to Tools > Default Values . Expand ' UserList ' and check the box for ‘ Alias ’ then click OK . In your canvas, double-click on the ‘ Alias ’ repeating table (the table on the right), go to the...
    Posted to Qdabra Template Parts (Forum) by Mel Clemente on 01-29-2010
  • Qdabra's Image Picker Template Part

    SCENARIO You want to add images to your InfoPath form, but: Image attachments, even those that are embedded in the form, get stored in the XML itself, thus making its file size huge. Your images are stored in a SharePoint list and cannot be retrieved via filters without using code. SOLUTION Install Qdabra...
    Posted to Mel Balsamo (Weblog) by Mel Clemente on 01-11-2010
  • Header-Footer Template Part

    When creating InfoPath solutions, one of the most important aspects is the visual design. This includes making sure that the layout, fonts, colors, white spaces, and most especially, the branding, are all uniform. We can always decide how our forms look like, but for a company to have its unique identity...
    Posted to Template Parts (FileGallery) by Mel Clemente on 12-23-2009
  • Qdabra's Header-Footer Template Part

    When creating InfoPath solutions, one of the most important aspects is the visual design. This includes making sure that the layout, fonts, colors, white spaces, and most especially, the branding, are all uniform. We can always decide how our forms look like, but for a company to have its unique identity...
    Posted to Mel Balsamo (Weblog) by Mel Clemente on 12-23-2009
  • Qdabra's Zero-ActiveX Contact Selector XTP

    PROBLEM You want to use the InfoPath Contact Selector to add multiple contacts to your form, but: Selecting multiple users with Contact Selector requires code Contact Selector is an ActiveX control and requires installation on client machines Contact Selector doesn’t work for browser-based forms when...
    Posted to Mel Balsamo (Weblog) by Mel Clemente on 12-14-2009
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