Sharepoint 2010 InfoPath Form

I have my form created in InfoPath 2010, and I have the form as browser-enabled; however, I want to create a simple .aspx link to the form, on my Sharepoint page; I do not want to use the InfoPath web part.  Is there a way to get the form to show up on a page, so that it is an aspx page and then just link to the form on that page?
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Michael CarrilloInformation Systems ManagerCommented:
I am not sure I fully understand what your are trying to do.

However you can reference the forms; such as editifs.aspx or displayifs.aspx to bring up specific list items as follows:


Where the:
## is the list item ID that you want to open.
editifs.aspx opens the form for editing
displayifs.aspx opens the for for read only.

I hope this helps.
SuzanneSpencerAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your suggestion.  This is what I had to do:
I DID end up having to use the InfoPath Form web part -- after I published the form, I had to add this web part to my page.  Then I was able to copy that .aspx path to create a link to my form.

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SuzanneSpencerAuthor Commented:
My comment is the solution that ended up working for me.
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