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How can I export an Infopath 2010 browser based form to a PDF

Posted on 2010-11-19
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The object model doesn't seem to support export for browser based forms.  Is there another way?
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You can get free print to PDF.

Then it could be printed and converted.

If you want something more automated I believe there was some discussion on www.infopathdev.com
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