WebCast: Best Practices for Designing InfoPath Forms

Here's a quick note from Scott Roberts, a developer on the InfoPath team who presented the WebCast:


I want to personally thank those of you who attended yesterday’s WebCast: Best Practices for Designing InfoPath Forms.  I hope you enjoyed the talk and were able to learn something new.  If you were unable to attend the talk, don’t worry.  It was recorded and is available via the following URL: http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032259532&Culture=en-US.  (You will have to register before you can view the recorded WebCast.)


Also, please join us next Tuesday, October 9 from 9am – 10:30am PST for the next presentation in the InfoPath WebCast series: User Roles in InfoPath 2003.  You can register for this talk by clicking on the following URL: http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032259537&Culture=en-US.  I hope you will join us.


Here is more information about the talk:


MSDN Webcast: User Roles in InfoPath 2003—Level 200




Would you like to see just how easy Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ is to use? Join this webcast to discover how to create a view and user roles for a form, set up rules based on the roles, and preview a form with specific user roles. You will also learn how to switch views based on user roles.


Josh Bertsch, Software Test Engineer, Microsoft Corp.

Josh Bertsch has been a Software Test Engineer with the Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ team for nearly 3 years. Josh owned several of the newly included features for the SP1 release, such as Calculations and Roles, among others.



Thank you,



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