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Sharepoint 2007 SAVE button

Posted on 2011-09-29
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I am totally new to Sharepoint so please be explicit with any suggestions….

I need to create an InfoPath form (2007) that has a SAVE button on it so that it saves the form to a library.
I have tried adding a SUBMIT button but this seems to lock the form so it cant be opened again.

How do I do this?

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Question by:GordonMasson
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by:vblazier
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LMGTFY!

1.      Choose ‘Tools’ from within InfoPath
2.      Followed by ‘Submit Options’
3.      Select ‘Allow Users to Submit This Form’,
4.      Select ‘Send Form Data to a Single Destination’
5.      Select ‘SharePoint Document Library’
6.      Select ‘Add Button’
7.      In ‘Data Connection Wizard’, under the DL text box, specify the URL of the DL
8.      Configure for dynamic file names or manually specify a file name.
9.      Select ‘Next’
10.      Name the data connection
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