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Publish or convert a InfoPath Form to a standard website

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I would like to either publish a form developed in InfoPath to a standard website (not sharepoint) or find a free way to convert the info path form to word or pdf or obtain a free viewer for individuals that do not have infopath installed on their machines.
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If you don't have database submit connections or some other functionality, you could just browser enable the form.
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What I would like to do is actually have the form up as a page on a standard aspx enabled website, since the functionality of info path is quite rich, if that is not possible, then I would like to convert it in to a fillable word doc or a pdf

The solution suggestion you have provided seems to be to allow completed forms to be passed around to non info path users.
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What about browser enabled?
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