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Congratulations! We ve come to a point where you can con dently design and deploy a form template In the last chapter, you learned how to set up the form to submit data Put it all together, and you ve got what it takes to design InfoPath forms for many different situations We encourage you to take the next step by nding a form to design in InfoPath Think of paper forms you use every day in business Or surf the Web to nd plenty of examples that could bene t from an InfoPath rendition But don t expect to be able to create an exact replica (in functionality) of a form yet We have yet to cover many scenarios and advanced InfoPath features We inevitably previewed (no pun intended) a few topics that are coming up in future chapters, such as user roles and form security As we dive into more detail about these topics, it may be helpful to keep this chapter handy for quick review of some of these concepts
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At this point in the book, you not only know how to design form templates that look nice but you can also take advantage of most of the basic (and some not so basic) features available when using InfoPath in design mode Now you can create professional-looking forms in no time However, over time, as you create more and more form templates, you may nd that many of them are very similar or share a lot of the same constructs For example, several of your form templates may contain sections used to collect address information from the user It would be pretty tedious to have to add the same address block to each of your form templates, especially if there is no difference in this data from one form template to another You could simply copy the controls and layout from the view and paste them into another form template This would work ne for the view aspects of the form However, what about the data structure, rules, calculated default values, data validation, and data connection information that you may have added to your form template How do you copy these settings from one form template to another Using copy and paste, this just isn t possible There is another way to share different parts of a form template in multiple form templates With InfoPath 2007, you can build custom components that can be reused in one or more of your form templates This means that you can create your own components or reuse ones created by third-party software providers
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You can create reusable components in two ways The rst is to write ActiveX controls in C++, Visual Basic, C#, or any COM-aware programming language Creating controls this way requires you to put on your developer hat and write quite a bit of code Since this is an advanced topic, we ll talk about this in the advanced section of this book in 19 Fortunately, there is a second way to create custom components in InfoPath, one that doesn t require you to write even one line of code These custom components are called template parts As their name implies, template parts are parts of a form template More speci cally, template parts group pieces of a form template into a component that can be reused in multiple form templates These custom components, which include controls, data structure, and many of the design features you ve learned about so far (such as rules and data validation), enable you to quickly and easily reuse common design features across as many form templates as you choose Let s jump right in and see how easy it is to create one of these components
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