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Submit Button On Editing Tools Menu?

Posted on 2015-01-27
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SharePoint 2010
InfoPath 2010
Web Browser Form

I have successfully created and published my Web Browser Form and all is working.  The first 5 fields in my form are Text (string) fields, and the last field in my form is Rich Text (XHTML) since we need word wrap.  When the user clicks and enters text into the Rich Text field, the [Editing Tools/Format Text] menu becomes the active menu on the toolbar, and, of course, the Submit button is not on that menu.  I anticipate that the user will not know to click back on the Edit toolbar to see the Submit button.

My questions are; is there any way to have a Text (string) field word wrap?  If not, how do I get the Submit button on all of the menus?

Thank you.
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I resolved this myself by adding a SUBMIT button to the form.
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