Create a Default Format to Capitalize Name Fields in InfoPath

When you have name fields in your form, you can force InfoPath to autoformat the capitalization of those fields so that the first letter of the name is properly capitalized. Thanks to S.Y.M. Wong-A-Ton’s article for the tip. Here are the step by step instructions for setting the default format on a name field. Use […]

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Create a Reusable Template Part in InfoPath 2007

If you find that you create the same layout and controls on multiple forms, you should consider creating a template part that can be reused over and over again. This is also valuable if you are a member of team that creates a variety of forms including ones that include similar elements such as the […]

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Interactive Guides ease the learning curve for moving from Office 2003 to Office 2007/2010.

I had dinner with some good friends last night and one of them, who’s just as geeky as me (but not as funny), mentioned that he isn’t totally digging the new Office 2007 interface; that it wasn’t intuitive. I disagreed with him (respectfully, of course) about it not being intuitive and explained that Microsoft changed […]

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2014 Admin Conferences & Events Worldwide

My colleague Bonnie Low-Kramen regularly says that there has never been a better time to be an assistant. I agree! As Bonnie and I travel the globe together (and individually) speaking at conferences and delivering training for admins at many of the largest companies in the world, we are encouraged by the growing list of […]

By |April 30th, 2014|Admins|Comments Off on 2014 Admin Conferences & Events Worldwide