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Old April 30th, 2004, 02:23 AM
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Hi Friends,

I'm developing an web app in .NET wherein user will first insert some XML file into the Word 2003 document and right-click and select "Edit in InfoPath" to edit the XML in InfoPath 2003. Once user saves the changes he will close the InfoPath 2003 window. I want to know if
THERE EXITS any InfoPath 2003 Object Library as IT EXISTS for Word Application. This will make my task simple as I will just have to use the Object Library to create an instance of InfoPath 2003 and open the XML file in that instance. By this way, I will have better
control of the InfoPath Application. Can somebody let me know if there exists InfoPath 2003 Object Library??? I've searched myself but didn't get any useful info. If somebody has any info regarding this, they are very much welcome to share it with me.

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I don't know. However, you might want to pick up the Professional InfoPath 2003 book that WROX just released. It might have the information your looking for.

I'd also check out MSDN


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Are you looking for the InfoPath Object Model? that's covered in appendix C of Professional InfoPath:

http://www.wrox.com/books/toc/0764557130_toc.shtml

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Jim's Book of the week: Professional InfoPath 2003 - http://www.wrox.com/books/0764557130.shtml





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