SharePoint geek, dev, admin – Chicago IL
SharePoint geek, dev, admin – Chicago IL

InfoPath – sample XSN form templates (2007, 2010, 2013)

Below are example form templates from InfoPath 2007 upgraded to the newer 2010 and 2013 versions.  With InfoPath Designer/Filler on the desktop as separate applications these templates were removed.   Hopefully these are helpful to those working on InfoPath 2010 and 2013 for quick start.

 

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NOTE – There has been a lot of talk recently about InfoPath going away.   While that may happen over time, there are still thousands of live forms in production today SharePoint admins must support.   As long as Microsoft includes InfoPath in the Office suite I believe there will be many scenarios where InfoPath makes sense.   Complete an expense report and submit for approval?   Done.  One hour with InfoPath Designer and SharePoint Designer.  No code.  Anyone can support.  Just my two cents.

  • Américo Nascimento

    Thank you for your sharing.

    I would like to point out that the links to the SP2007 and the Sp2013 versions all point to the SP2010 version.

    I am having a problem opening the templates: an error pops up saying:

    This form cannot be opened because it requires the domain permission level and it currently has restricted permission. To fix the problem, open the form from the location it was published to.

    Publshed location: file:///C:UsersSPJeffDocuments”template_name”

    Can you help?

    TIA
    Américo

    • Thanks Américo. I appreciate the feedback and fixed the download links.

      To update the InfoPath Publish location 1) download the XSN 2) right click and choose Deisgn 3) Publish the form to a folder on your system.

      The “published” folder location is part of the developer’s machines. By opening design mode and publishing again you can update this. Hope that helps.

      • Stunpals

        Americo, I am also getting the error regarding permissions. When I follow your instructions, after trying to open in Design mode I get the message “InfoPath cannot load the view. The view may have been modified to contain unsupported HTML such as frames”? Any suggestions?

  • WatchingFromAfar

    Thanks for sharing

  • Ed

    Thanks, good work!!!

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