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To create a document library, click on the ‘Library’ link button from the left navigation pane and then click on ‘Create’ button as shown below: Now since our library is ready, let’s publish our workbook to this library using ‘Excel Services option’.To publish the document, go to ‘File’ in excel workbook and click on ‘Save and Send’ option as shown below – Click ‘OK’ button.For designing the Info Path form, let’s open ‘Microsoft Info Path Designer 2010’ and design a new blank form template as shown below – In this blank template, you will see the ‘Fields’ task pane on the right hand side.Right click to ‘my Fields’ and go to ‘Properties’ menu.Now let’s insert the ‘Info Path form web part’ and ‘Excel Web Access’ web path in to web part zones as shown below: Now repeat the same step for adding ‘Excel Web Access Web part’ to the middle column zone.This time choose 'Business Data’ from categories section and choose the ‘Excel Web Access’ web part from the web parts section.In an undated 'Editor's Note' later added to the top of that announcement, Microsoft specified that "Info Path Forms Services will be included in the next on-premises release of Share Point Server 2016, as well as being fully supported in Office 365 until further notice." Info Path 2013 became available for the first time as a freestanding download on September 1, 2015, when Microsoft made it available in its Download Center.
To publish this Info Path form, click ‘File’ tab and click on ‘Publish’ and then click on ‘Share Point Server’. Follow these steps: Name the page as ‘Salary Calculation’ and keep all the options as default and click on ‘Create’ button.Write ‘Basic Salary’ in the name field and click ‘OK’. Sample is shown below – Now as the fields are ready, let’s add a table in our form, to add the fields as ‘Textbox’ in our Info Path form.Go to ‘Insert’ ribbon and add ‘2-Columns’ table as shown below and add five rows in that table – Right click the button and go to properties. Now keep the button selected and click on the ‘Add Rule’ drop button from the ‘Home’ ribbon and choose an option to ‘Submit data’ as shown below – You will see the ‘Form options’ window. A sample output is shown below – Click the ‘OK’ button.Abstract: In this article, we will see how to connect an Info Path form to Excel Web Access Web part and pass the values from Info Path Form fields to the Excel workbook.For this demonstration, we will use the following - Microsoft Info Path Designer 2010, Microsoft Excel 2010 and Microsoft Share Point Designer 2010 In this article, we will see how to connect an Info Path form to Excel Web Access Web part and pass the values from Info Path Form fields to the Excel workbook.