InfoPath 2010 Tutorial: Repeating table vs. repeating section in InfoPath
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video you will learn what the difference is between a repeating table and a repeating section in InfoPath 2010.
Repeating tables and repeating sections are two of the most often used controls in InfoPath. And while these two controls look different when you place them on the view of a form template, their structures do not differ.
The following InfoPath video shows you how to add repeating table and repeating section controls on an InfoPath form, and then explains and shows you how they are similar.
In this InfoPath 2010 tutorial video, you learned...
- How to add a repeating table to an InfoPath form.
- How to add a repeating section to an InfoPath form.
- How an InfoPath repeating table is similar to a repeating section.
- How an InfoPath repeating table differs from a repeating section.
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