Microsoft InfoPath 2010

One of the key features of InfoPath Designer 2010 is that it allows you to implement validation rules to ensure that the information submitted by the user of a form is in the correct format. In addition, InfoPath uses XML, a powerful and simple programing language. This means that the form results are in a highly portable format that can be used with a wide variety of other applications, particularly databases.

Microsoft InfoPath 2013

Students will learn about the basics of forms, formatting text, working with tables, adding controls, validating and managing data, finishing forms, working with views, publishing forms, and customizing the interface.