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Online Microsoft InfoPath 2007 Training Video Course


Online Microsoft InfoPath 2007 Training Video Course
Single User Price:
12 Months
Microsoft Office 2007 Training:
12 Months
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12 Months

The more computer applications you know, the better you are off in the work force. A very useful program to know is Microsoft Office's InfoPath 2007, that allows you to create dynamic forms that organizations, groups and teams can use to gather, share, reuse and manage important information that all should have access to. Improve collaboration and decision-making within your team or company by taking our Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 online training course that will help you master all of the program's many features.

When you take our self-study online InfoPath 2007 training, you will learn from professionals in the field, who have years of experience within the IT industry. The instructor will teach you how to deploy forms as Outlook e-mail messages, so that co-workers can complete forms without leaving the familiar Outlook environment they are so accustomed to and then you can export it to an Excel spreadsheet or even merge the data back to a single InfoPath form. Word and Excel documents can also easily be converted to InfoPath forms templates. You will also learn how to extend forms solutions beyond your firewall since you can now complete forms using different Web browsers and mobile devices, thus extending business processes.

The online Microsoft InfoPath 2007 training will also teach you how to create PDF or XPS records of your form data for archival and records management; make workflow easier by allowing you to integrate workflow management tools in Office SharePoint Server 2007 to make your work processes more efficient; protect forms from inappropriate use and distribution by including support for information rights management; centralize forms throughout the entire company so that only those with a secure connection can access them; and build forms solutions within Visual Studio 2005 to build solutions using managed code and Microsoft .Net Framework.

You will learn all of that in our Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 web based training videos via step-by-step demonstrations to help you learn faster and retain the information better. The course also features dynamic lectures presenting the information is easy-to-understand terms, hands-on activities in our InfoPath simulated environment, note taking sections to jot notes down on the useful notepad feature and will even give you a certificate of completion when you are done with the course outlining your achievement with the program.

Since the Microsoft Office online computer training is both self-paced and self-guided, busy IT professionals have the convenience of learning on their own free time, meaning they do not have to schedule schooling during office hours. You set the pace to which you feel comfortable learning and set your own learning schedule.


Microsoft InfoPath 2007 Basic

1.0 InfoPath Basic
1.1 Using the Getting Started window
1.2 Interface Over View
1.3 Closing InfoPath 2007

2.0 Interacting with InfoPath
2.1 Using Menus
2.2 Using the Standard Toolbar
2.3 Using the Formatting Toolbar
2.4 Using Task Panes

3.0 Customizing InfoPath
3.1 Moving Toolbars
3.2 Hiding and Showing Toolbars
3.3 Creating Toolbars
3.4 Deleting Toolbars
3.5 Modifying Menus
3.6 Resetting Toolbars and Menus

4.0 Basic Editing Commands
4.1 Selecting Objects
4.2 Using Cut, Copy, and Paste
4.3 Undo and Redo
4.4 Resizing Objects
4.5 Moving Objects
4.6 Aligning Controls and Labels

5.0 Text Formatting
5.1 Basic Text Effects
5.2 Changing Text Color
5.3 Changing Font Type and Size
5.4 Aligning Text
5.5 Applying a Background Color
5.6 Using Color Schemes

6.0 Working with Files
6.1 Saving Files
6.2 Opening Files
6.3 Switching Between Open Files

Microsoft InfoPath 2007 Advanced

1.0 Getting Started with Forms
1.1 Choosing a Form
1.2 Form Tasks
1.3 Creating a New Form
1.4 Searching For Templates

2.0 Designing a Form
2.1 Using the Design a Form Window
2.2 Using the Design Tasks Task Pane
2.3 Setting the Layout
2.4 Using the Tables Toolbar

3.0 Working with Basic Forms
3.1 Opening a Form
3.2 Understanding the Form
3.3 Entering Data
3.4 Saving your Form

4.0 Finishing your Form
4.1 Adding Controls
4.2 Control Name Usage
4.3 Using Data Sources
4.4 Switching Controls
4.5 Running the Design Checker
4.6 How to Protect a Form
4.7 Using Security Levels
4.8 Testing a Form
4.9 Publishing to a Shared Network Folder

5.0 Printing and Viewing Forms
5.1 Opening the Views Task Pane
5.2 Creating a View
5.3 Choosing a View
5.4 Creating a Print Version

6.0 Using Print Preview & Printing a Form
6.1 Opening Print Preview
6.2 Using the Print Preview Toolbar
6.3 Use the Zoom Feature
6.4 Navigating Print Preview
6.5 Print Commands
6.6 Setting Printer Options
6.7 Copies and Page Ranges