InfoPath choice section and choice group controls
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video you will learn what InfoPath choice section and choice group controls are and how they work.
Choice Group and Choice Section controls in InfoPath 2010 are part of the controls you can use to group other controls. The Choice Group control is particularly handy for swapping sections in and out of a form.
This means that sections are not hidden in the final InfoPath form, but are rather removed if they are excluded from the Choice Group. This significantly reduces data clutter in InfoPath forms.
The video below demonstrates and explains how to use Choice Group and Choice Section controls in InfoPath.
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video, you learned...
- How to add a Choice Group and Choice Section control to an InfoPath 2010 form template.
- When to use a Choice Section control instead of a normal Section control in InfoPath.
- How a Choice Section control works and is saved when you save an InfoPath form.
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