InfoPath 2010 Cookbook Club
What is the InfoPath 2010 Cookbook Club?
The InfoPath 2010 Cookbook Club is a private site for InfoPath 2010 users who have bought InfoPath 2010 Cookbook. The InfoPath 2010 Cookbook Club contains files, articles, and other goodies that will make your InfoPath journey easier, help you solve InfoPath problems, and help you continue learning about InfoPath 2010.
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- InfoPath 2010 Cookbook 2 Club
- InfoPath 2010 Cookbook 3 Club
- InfoPath 2010 Cookbook 4 Club
- InfoPath 2010 Cookbook 5 Club
- InfoPath 2013 Cookbook Club
- InfoPath 2013 Cookbook 2 Club
How to access the InfoPath 2010 Cookbook Club
You must own a copy of InfoPath 2010 Cookbook, since the book contains the password used to log into the private member's area.
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Bonus Recipes and Articles for Club Members Only
Count the number of populated cells in an InfoPath repeating table
You have a repeating table on an InfoPath form and as a user is filling out the form, you want to determine how many cells have been populated with data in the repeating table. Learn how you can construct a formula that counts how many cells have been filled with data in a repeating table.
Import data from InfoPath into an Access table
Learn how you can usLearn how you can import data from an InfoPath 2010 form and store it in one or more tables in an Access 2010 database.
Demo Form Templates for Club Members Only
End of month selection in a date picker
This InfoPath form template demonstrates how you can use rules to calculate a date for the end of a month thereby taking leap years into account and then automatically setting the value of a date picker to be equal to the calculated date whenever a user selects a date in a particular month.
Limiting characters in a multiline text box
This InfoPath form template demonstrates how you can use rules and formulas to limit the amount of characters that users are allowed to type into a multi-line text box on an InfoPath form.
InfoPath form to force a unique combination of values for a SharePoint list item
This InfoPath form template demonstrates how you can use rules in a SharePoint List Form to force users to enter a unique combination of values for a SharePoint list item thereby preventing duplicate items from being entered into the SharePoint list.
Disable fields in following rows if field in preceding row is empty
This InfoPath form template demonstrates how you can use conditional formatting to disable rows in a repeating table on an InfoPath form when a particular row has the focus and is empty thereby forcing users to sequentially enter data into the repeating table.