SharePoint 2010 and InfoPath Web Part

I have a custom form (InfoPath) which allows adding a row to a SharePoint list using the forms submit button to write the list item.  When the form finishes I have the form close.   However, the Web Part shows a message where the form was saying that the form has been closed.  The users don't like that message and would prefer no message or something more meaningful like "Thanks for looking at the form.  See you later."

I don't see where or how to accomplish this.
Howard BashSenior Software EngineerAsked:
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Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
Edit the page that the form resides on and add a Content Editor Web Part. Set the chrome for the WP to be invisible.

Add some JQuery in the CEWP to set the problematic text to blank on page refresh.

3 minutes into this video I show how you can edit the page of a form (works for normal forms as well as Infopath);

For the JQuery it'd be something like;

$("#TheDivOnTheForm:contains('Form Closed')").text('Thanks for looking at the form.  See you later.');

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Howard BashSenior Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
This looks extremely promising.  I hope to get to this early this week and will get back to ASAP.

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