XML Schema error

Posted on 2010-01-07
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Last Modified: 2012-05-08
When I click on "Create a new custom template" on the Document Information Panel Settings, I get the following error:

The XML Schema of the form template is either invalid or contains a structure that InfoPath does not support.

If it's at all helpful, I'm trying to create a time-off solution form and following this blog:  http://blogs.3sharp.com/davidg/archive/2007/06/07/3321.aspx


Question by:carnae2
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mccarthybri earned 1000 total points
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Hvae you read the comments below the final installment?  What I would try which you probably allready did but worth try start over at the beginning and see if you missed anything.  It looked like other poeple have had some issues as well.

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ID: 26283441
I read those but I still couldn't figure it out.  I also tried to start over but couldn't delete my documents because they're being referenced and I couldn't figure out how to delete them.

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It did not answer my question.

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