The Microsoft InfoPath 2007 iPhone app will show you how to use these forms on the web, through email, and on mobile devices. You can learn how to integrate forms with databases for streamlined data entry and with spreadsheets for advanced analysis. Whether you want to use templates or design your own complex forms, the InfoPath course will show you how. You can convert existing Word or Excel documents into dynamic forms with built-in data integrity checks, generate PDFs, integrate with SharePoint Server 2007, protect forms, and centralize your forms management. Theres no better way to learn these skills than by choosing the InfoPath 2007 iPhone app. Instructor Bio: Anne Alfonso has been working in information technology for over twenty five years. She has delivered classroom and onsite training to governmental, universities and businesses in the United States and Great Britain. She holds a degree in Computer Science and is a Microsoft Certified Professional. She is a partner in her own IT consulting firm. Outline:InfoPath Basic1.1 Using the Getting Started window1.2 Interface Over View1.3 Closing InfoPath 2007Interacting with InfoPath2.1 Using Menus2.2 Using the Standard Toolbar2.3 Using the Formatting Toolbar2.4 Using Task PanesCustomizing InfoPath3.1 Moving Toolbars3.2 Hiding and Showing Toolbars3.3 Creating Toolbars3.4 Deleting Toolbars3.5 Modifying Menus3.6 Resetting Toolbars and MenusBasic Editing Commands4.1 Selecting Objects4.2 Using Cut, Copy, and Paste4.3 Undo and Redo4.4 Resizing Objects4.5 Moving Objects4.6 Aligning Controls and LabelsText Formatting5.1 Basic Text Effects5.2 Changing Text Color5.3 Changing Font Type and Size5.4 Aligning Text5.5 Applying a Background Color5.6 Using Color SchemesWorking with Files6.1 Saving Files6.2 Opening Files6.3 Switching Between Open Files6.4 Window Controls6.5 Closing FilesWorks offline too!