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I have created a form in InfoPath 2013, does anyone know how I can save it into a lower version 2010?
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by:Ramkisan Jagtap
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have you already tried opening file in infopath 2010? If yes what was the error?
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by:LillyC
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Yes, it came up with "InfoPath cannot open this form because it was created with a newer version of InfoPath.  To open it, install the latest version of InfoPath"

I've created a form in 2013 but my client only has 2010 and doesn't want to upgrade to 2013 as there's a cost involved. So just wondered if there was a quick way of converting it so I didn't have to recreate it :)
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Ramkisan Jagtap earned 2000 total points
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InfoPath 2010 can open .xsn file, So I don't think there should be any issue.

Try to check this setting in InfoPath 2010.

The Menu -> Tools -> Form Options -> Security and Trust -> uncheck "Automatically determine security level" and select Full Trust - >OK

I hope this will help
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by:LillyC
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Thank you :)
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