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Republish a form in Infopath 2010

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I created a form in lnfopath 2010 and published it to a Share point location.  I would like to publish this form using a different location.  How do i change the location?
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Just go back in design mode and go through the publish wizard again and choose the new location.

If you need to change the submit location, you can also go back through the data connection wizard.
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I am developing the form in Infopath, can you please explain how do I go back in design mode from Infopath.  I cannot find the publish wizard.
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by:clayfox
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In 2010 you would just retrace your steps.  You will have a local copy of the form template that you have been working on, before you published it to SharePoint.  Right click on it and select Design.

Then go to file and publish and walk through the wizard and select a different form library or whatever.
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by:ernie_shah
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When I go to file and publish there is no option to envoke the wizard.  There is only the path that the form will be published to.  I cannot click on any option that will take me to the wizard.
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by:clayfox
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Open up your form in design mode
Click file (outspace)
DO not use the Quick Publish
On the left column select publish
this will give you all of the different ways to publish a form (wizards)
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Hi Clayfox

I am in the design mode and when I click on the file menu there is no option to go to the wizards.... I am not using Quick Publish................what is outspace......  when I click publish there is only two options:  Publish form to a SharePoint list and Export Source Files neither of which takes me to the wizard........
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Remember I already published the file and I want to republish it to a different location.
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