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Infopath Form Web Part - Remove Heading

Posted on 2012-03-19
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Does anyone know if there is a way to remove the "Infopath Form Web Part" heading when you add an Infopath web part to a site page?

Thanks. LK
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by:clayfox
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This is like any web part in SharePoint.  If you have permission you can go in and edit it.  In the display properties you can customize the title or remove it altogether by changing the window style.
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I was able to find the Chrome Type settings on the container page.

From the doc....
Chrome Type  Specifies whether the title bar and border of the Web Part frame are displayed

I have tried setting it to Border Only and None and it still appears. If I remove the title "Infopath Web Form Part" and leave the field blank it puts in a title of "Untitled".

So... I know I am now editing the right field. It looks like there might be a bug.
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by:clayfox
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I set a different web part to none.

One thing to notice is that you have to save it and leave the edit mode.  In edit mode even ones with none show the title to allow editing and etc.

Did you try none and then save and close to verify it does not show in normal viewing?
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by:ljkrauss
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I was more specific than the poster.
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