Publishing InfoPath forms using Outlook 2007

This past weekend I was busy creating a presentation for MOSSIG on Wednesday about deploying InfoPath forms using Outlook 2007. So I thought I would put up a couple of quick instructions and how to’s that I ran into while putting this preso together. First let me answer that question “Why would I deploy my forms using Outlook?” now as we know InfoPath has a couple of options to choose from when deploying Using SharePoint server and/or Form Services Using a shared location on your network Creating an MSI package to wrap your form deployment Using outlook The first 3 … Continue reading Publishing InfoPath forms using Outlook 2007

APAC SharePoint Conference Presentations are now on TechNet!

I received an email last night from my friend Ian Palangio. Letting me know that 1 of our presentations from the APAC SharePoint conference has been posted on TechNet! In addition to this there are also links off to a plethora of InfoPath resources. If InfoPath isn’t your technology of choice there are also resources from all of the other presentations as well so head on over and check it out http://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/bb498198.aspx

New book on the block

Technorati Tags: InfoPath 2007     For the past couple of months I’ve been working my way through Designing forms for Microsoft Office InfoPath and Form Services 2007. This book was written by Scott Roberts and Hagen Green, both who have been working on the InfoPath team from back when it was still known as XDocs. This is one of the most comprehensive InfoPath books on the market. It makes a very bold claim early on that it will make an InfoPath expert weather your a beginner or an intermediate user, and I have to be honest this is not an unsubstantiated … Continue reading New book on the block