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Seeing all the rules in Infopath 2010

Posted on 2013-02-05
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Is there a way to see all rules including formating on Infopath form?  I am clicking on each control to see formating rule.
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Question by:jem1662
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by:QPR
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Have you looked at the rule inspector window?
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by:jem1662
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I did.  It shows validation,  but not the formatting.
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by:QPR
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Try the logic inspector window - not 100% sure it show formatting (I assume we are talking conditional formatting rules) and I don't have IP in front of me to check.
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by:jem1662
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It doesn't see the formatting rules.
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Well I've looked all over IP and cannot see a way to view them all at once sorry - only one at a time by selecting the control
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Thank You.
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