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InfoPath Save As & Redirect

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I have an infopath 2010 form that I use as a webpart in SharePoint 2010 as seen below.  When it is filled out and the user clicks "Save", I want the user to be redirected to another page.  Is that possible?  If so, how do I do it?

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by:Jamie McAllister MVP
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While finding the exact link I also saw this...

http://www.infopathdev.com/forums/t/14149.aspx
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by:Isaac
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It did not work.
I don't think it works for the "Save" button that's found in the ribbon.
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using save in the ribbon is not a good practice anyway.

Just add your own save button.
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by:Isaac
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I tried.  When I added my own "Save" button and clicked it, the actual form saved and not the data.  

What did i do wrong?
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by:Isaac
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Ok, I added a "Save" button and it works, but it does not redirect.

Any ideas?
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