Manage data in your SharePoint Lists using the InfoPath Form Web Part

One of the powerful new features in InfoPath 2010 is the InfoPath Form Web Part.

This is the 1st in a series of videos where we will show how to use the InfoPath Form Web Part to create rich mashups on portal pages in SharePoint, without writing a single line of code. In this video, Nick Dallett, a program manager lead on the InfoPath team, will demo two simple scenarios for managing data in your SharePoint lists using the InfoPath Form Web Part.


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Comments (6)

  1. K. Weeks says:


    I'm fairly new to InfoPath 2010 and InfoPath in general… however, I've managed to create simple sandbox solutions and more complex form templates that contain managed code and require administrator approval.

    I've found that when I deploy simple forms to a specific form library, I'm able to select the form when configuring an InfoPath Form Web Part and it works fine.  However, I cannot get the administrator approved forms to show up in the list for display in the Form Web Part…

    Is it only non Administrator-Approved form templates that can be displayed in the InfoPath Form Web Part?  I'd appreciate some clarification on this issue.

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  3. Bob says:

    Far to fast

    click, click, click, easy

  4. David Webster says:

    This link would not work today 10-15-2014. It was tested by five people using five different browsers and it would not work for anyone.

  5. Joe says:

    Link/ Video is not working!


  6. Clint says:

    Video does not play.  Re-installed Silverlight.  Nothing.

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