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Modifying InfoPath 2010 browser form ribbons

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Since I've found that Spell Check isn't available with InfoPath browser forms, I'd like to remove the disabled button from the ribbon to keep people from complaining about the lack of functionality.  I haven't been able to find any resources on how to make a modification to the InfoPath browser form ribbon (the normal ribbon, yes, but not the InfoPath ribbon).  Is this possible?  Several InfoPath forms were set up prior to my acquisition of my SharePoint responsibilites and require the ribbon to save/submit.  
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clayfox earned 500 total points
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It is a lot easier going the otherway and just adding a submit button to your InfoPath forma and doing away with the ribbon altogether.

Otherwise you would need to look at SP central admin and Designer to explore how to modify the ribbon.
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I guess there are no resources telling how to modify that ribbon then?

I'd prefer the ribbon route since there are 28 forms requiring modification.
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Not the solution I wanted, but a solution none the less.
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