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Back on the library, you can now see a saved instance of the form (Figure 8.79).
FIGURE 8.79
The Travel Request
form made from
the form template
If you open it on a computer with InfoPath Filler installed, you can edit the form. If you open
it on a machine that doesn’t have InfoPath installed, it will still open but as an XML file in the
browser. In that fashion, you can at least see all the data in the fields, but you can’t edit it. It’s a
little crunchy but, in a pinch, useful (Figure 8.80).
FIGURE 8.80
InfoPath form
instance open in
browser
That’s it for libraries in general. I hope this chapter has given you a basic understanding
about how to use libraries, what they are, what they are meant to do, and what they actually do.
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