InfoPath print view text on image overlay
This InfoPath demo is the completed solution for recipe 16 of InfoPath 2010 Cookbook in which text filled out on an InfoPath form is printed on an image through a print view.
In recipe 16, you will learn how to create a print view that allows you to print text from fields on an InfoPath form onto an image.
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InfoPath demo video transcript:
The final solution consists of two views of which one view is to enter data and the second view is to print the InfoPath form. Here I've got the first view with two controls in which we can enter data.
If I now go to File > Print > Print Preview, you'll see that the data that was entered on the first view has been printed here on an image on the print view.
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