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"Allow the user to attach only the following file types" is not activated infopath 2010

Posted on 2013-06-24
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Hi All,

When I add the 'attachement' contorl on my Infopath form and try to select "Allow the user to attach only the following file types" it does not allow me to do so because it is graded out, not activated.

Does anybody knows how to make this feature (allow the user to attach only the following file types) active?

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Check the type of form you have in form options and compatibility tab, it may be browser compatible which would limit the functionality.
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