InfoPath 2010 Tutorial: InfoPath 2010 conditional formatting
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial you will learn how to add InfoPath 2010 conditional formatting and how to combine multiple expressions into one condition on an InfoPath 2010 formatting rule.
Conditional formatting in InfoPath 2010 is achieved through formatting rules that have conditions set on them. Conditional formatting includes changing the color and font of a control, but also enabling/disabling or showing/hiding a control on an InfoPath form.
Formatting rules are one of three types of rules you can add to an InfoPath form. The other two types of rules are action and validation rules. To learn more about rules in InfoPath 2010 and how to use them, see InfoPath 2010 Cookbook.
The video shown below demonstrates the use of conditional formatting in InfoPath 2010.
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video, you learned...
- How to add a formatting rule to a control on an InfoPath 2010 form template.
- How to add a condition with multiple expressions to a formatting rule.
- How to create a The expression condition on a formatting rule in InfoPath 2010.
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