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Table Of Contents

CHAPTER 1
CHAPTER 2
Chapter 1
Why XML?
XML in Office 2003
XML and Word
XML and Excel
XML and Access
XML and InfoPath
Chapter 2
XML Overview
XML Is a Markup Language
XML Is Plain Text
XML Is Extensible
XML Supports Data Modeling
XML Separates Storage from Display
XML Is a Public Standard
Background and Development ofXML
XML and Related Technologies
XML Schema Definition Language
Cascading Style Sheets
Extensible Stylesheet Language for Transformations
What InfoPath Does
InfoPath’s Two Modes
Forms and Form Templates
The InfoPath Screen
Sample Forms
Opening Forms
Filling Out Forms
Navigating a Form
Lists
Text Alignment and Indentation
Heading Styles
Tables
AutoComplete
Correcting Forms
Check Spelling
Merging Forms
Saving and Sharing Forms
Save the Form
Submit a Form
E-Mail a Form
InfoPath Form Security
Basic Security
Digital Signatures
Form Design Overview
The Data Source
The Visual Interface
Starting a New Form
With an Existing Data Structure
Creating a Data Source from Scratch
Saving and Opening Forms
Working with the Data Source
Adding to a Data Source
Data Types
Viewing Data Source Details
Modifying a Data Source
Form Layout
Layout Tables
Add a Layout Table
Modifying a Layout Table
Formatting a Layout Table
Adding Content to a Layout Table
Sections
Color Schemes
Form Views
Creating a New View
View Properties
Controls
Control Overview
Placing Controls on a Form
Using the Repeating Table Control
Using the List Controls
Changing Control Type
Changing Data Binding
Data Binding Status
Control Properties
The Button Control
Conditional Formatting
Data Validation
Required Data Validation
Data Type Validation
Data Value Validation
Using Formulas on Forms
Setting User Options
Form Submission
Form Merging
Form Protection and Security
Testing Your Form
Publishing Your Form
Scripting Overview
Background Information
Setting the Scripting Language
The Script Editor
InfoPath Events
Form-Level Events
Data Validation Events
The OnClick event
Event Procedure Arguments
The InfoPath Object Model
Using the Object Browser
Scripts and Security
Debugging Scripts
Script Examples
Inserting the Date
Performing Calculations
Validating Data
Selecting a View Based on Data
Using the WordML Schema
Opening Other XML Files
Creating a New XML Document
Editing Other XML Documents
Adding Elements
Deleting Elements
Working with Attributes
Formatting and Layout
Saving Documents
Document Validation
Using Transforms
Transforms for Displaying Documents
Transforms for Saving Documents
The Schema Library
XML Options
Protecting XML Tags and Data
XML and Lists
The Sample Data and Schema
The XML Source Task Pane
Adding Maps
Using Maps
The List and XML Toolbar
Opening XML Files
Open as an XML List
Open as a Read-Only Workbook
Open Using the XML Source Task Pane
Importing XML Data
Importing into a New List
Importing into an Existing List
Working with XML Lists
XML List Properties
Formulas in Lists
Exporting an XML List
Other List Commands
XML Data Validation
Saving Workbooks as XML
Importing XML Data and Schemas
XML Data and Tables
Importing Data
Importing Structure
Access and XML Data Types
Exporting Access Objects to XML
Sample Data
The ReportML Vocabulary
Export Basics
XML Export Options
DATA EXPORT OPTIONS
Client versus Server
XML Exporting versus HTML Exporting
Exporting Live Data
Deploying Your Application
XML-Based Data for the Web
The Sample Data
Viewing and Editing XML
Using XML Web Parts
Creating an XML Web Part
A Web Part Example
Using Data Views
Creating a Data View
The Data View Details Task Pane
Overview
The Scenario
Create the Schema
Design the InfoPath Form
Create the Stylesheet
Apply the Stylesheet
Creating a Stylesheet withFormatting
Define and Apply the Style
The Style Definition
Apply the Style
Checking Namespaces
Other Details
Load and Apply the New Stylesheet
Scenario
Planning
Create a New Form Template
Selecting a Layout
Adding Controls
Fine-Tuning the Form
Create the Workbook
Import the Map
Creating the XML List
Importing the Sample Data
The Workbook Analysis Functions
Creating a New Database and the Donors Table
Define the Donations Table
Defining the Relationship
Designing the InfoPath Form
Connect to the Data Source
The New Form
About the Data Source
Modifying the Query View
Starting the Data Entry View
Fine-Tuning the Data Entry Form
Adding a Submit Button
Setting Form Submission Options
Using the Form
Fill Out and Save the Form
Design the Web Page
Adding the In-Stock Data View
Adding the Out-of-Stock Data View
Using the Web Page
Creating the Template
Template Design: Schema and Visual Appearance
Template Design: XML Mapping
Create a Sample Data File
Create the Web Page
Create the Transform
Create the XML Web Part
Designing the Form
Creating the Data Source
Save the Form as a Web Page
Designing the Transform
Initial Stylesheet Elements
Other Stylesheet Elements
Trying It Out
Using an InfoPath Script to Apply the Transform
◆System Requirements
◆Using the CD
System Requirements
Using the CD
What’s on the CD
Author-created Materials
Applications
eBook version of Powering Office 2003 with XML
eBook version of the Office 2003 Super Bible
Troubleshooting
Markup and Tags
Document Structure
XML Names
Elements
Nesting Elements
Processing Instructions
White Space Issues
A Complete XML Document
XSD Overview
Namespaces
Default Namespace Declarations
Explicit Namespace Declarations
XSD Data Types
Simple Data Types
Complex Data Types
The schema Element
A Schema Demonstration
XSLT
XSLT Structure
An XSLT Demonstration
XSLT Templates
Literal Text
The xsl:text Element
The xsl:value-of Element
The xsl:if Element
The xsl:choose Element
The xsl:for-each Element
The xsl:apply-templates Element
The xsl:sort Element
Functions
Index
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Powering Office 2003 with XML

Powering Office 2003 with XML

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Published by Wiley
Find out how to
* Understand XML specification and schemas
* Set up and complete InfoPath?TM forms
* Design new forms from XML data files
* Debug InfoPath scripts
* Tackle real-world problems with the help of case studies
* Work with data in each of the XML-supported Office applications


You don't need to be a programmer to enhance Office with XML

XML support for Microsoft?? Office 2003 has taken interoperability to a new level. Now you can share data among Office applications, across platforms, and over the Internet using built-in XML tools. In this clearly organized volume, Peter Aitken helps you define and standardize document data structure within your organization using XML. He explains XML technology, walks you through designing templates with InfoPath, and shows you how to use the XML tools built into Word, Excel, Access, and FrontPage?? to facilitate data exchange throughout your enterprise.

"...the real-world case studies are practical, offering detailed solutions to the scenarios outlined. I would recommend this book to anyone who plans to leverage the features found in the Office System 2003 for their business."
--Dave Beauchemin, Microsoft MVP

CD-ROM Includes
* Trial versions of John Walkenbach's Power Utility Pak, HotDog Professional, WinRAR?TM, and many others
* Demo versions of BBEdit??, XML Pro, and more
* Exclusive Office 2003 Super Bible eBook, with more than 500 pages of information about how Microsoft Office components work together
* Valuable author files and examples
Find out how to
* Understand XML specification and schemas
* Set up and complete InfoPath?TM forms
* Design new forms from XML data files
* Debug InfoPath scripts
* Tackle real-world problems with the help of case studies
* Work with data in each of the XML-supported Office applications


You don't need to be a programmer to enhance Office with XML

XML support for Microsoft?? Office 2003 has taken interoperability to a new level. Now you can share data among Office applications, across platforms, and over the Internet using built-in XML tools. In this clearly organized volume, Peter Aitken helps you define and standardize document data structure within your organization using XML. He explains XML technology, walks you through designing templates with InfoPath, and shows you how to use the XML tools built into Word, Excel, Access, and FrontPage?? to facilitate data exchange throughout your enterprise.

"...the real-world case studies are practical, offering detailed solutions to the scenarios outlined. I would recommend this book to anyone who plans to leverage the features found in the Office System 2003 for their business."
--Dave Beauchemin, Microsoft MVP

CD-ROM Includes
* Trial versions of John Walkenbach's Power Utility Pak, HotDog Professional, WinRAR?TM, and many others
* Demo versions of BBEdit??, XML Pro, and more
* Exclusive Office 2003 Super Bible eBook, with more than 500 pages of information about how Microsoft Office components work together
* Valuable author files and examples

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