InfoPath 2010 merge forms
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video you will learn how to use the InfoPath 2010 merge forms functionality in InfoPath Filler 2010 to merge multiple forms into one form.
Merging forms in InfoPath is the act of combining data that is stored in two or more InfoPath forms into one form. The merge functionality works only in InfoPath Filler 2010, which means that while you can select forms that are stored in a SharePoint form library to be merged together, InfoPath Filler 2010 will automatically open and do the merging when you issue the merge command.
The InfoPath 2010 video tutorial below shows you how the merging process works in InfoPath 2010.
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video, you learned...
- How to use the Merge Forms option in InfoPath Filler 2010.
Note that you can only merge InfoPath forms using InfoPath Filler 2010; forms are never merged in InfoPath Designer 2010 or even SharePoint 2010.
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