Publish InfoPath 2010 form as PDF without code
Learn how you can use InfoPath Filler 2010 to save an InfoPath 2010 form as a PDF file without having to write code.
If you are designing an InfoPath form template for which its forms will be filled out using InfoPath Filler 2010 or even if you are designing an InfoPath browser form that will be opened through InfoPath Filler 2010, you can make use of the built-in Publish as PDF of XPS command to save InfoPath forms as a PDF files without having to write code.
And to give yourself more control over the final look-and-feel of the PDF file, it is recommended that you create a separate print view for each view or data on view(s) that you want to print. Refer to recipe 15 of InfoPath 2010 Cookbook for information and instructions on how to create a print view that is suitable for printing purposes, including saving an InfoPath form to another format such as PDF.
The InfoPath video below is a short demonstration of the usage of the Publish as PDF of XPS command in InfoPath Filler 2010 to save an InfoPath form as a PDF document.
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video, you learned...
- How to make use of the Publish as PDF or XPS functionality in InfoPath Filler 2010 to save an InfoPath form as a PDF document.
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