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The SharePoint List form template is used to customize the form that is used to create, view, and edit items in a SharePoint List. You start by specifying a new or existing SharePoint list, and InfoPath automatically generates the list form. After you customize the form, publish it back to SharePoint in one click using the InfoPath 2010 Designer Quick Publish feature. The SharePoint Form Library template is used to design a form for collecting data in a SharePoint form library. InfoPath starts you out with a basic layout that can be quickly tailored by adding controls, selecting from available SharePoint Themes in the Page Design tab of the ribbon, and customizing your submit options.
Article templates have pre-defined fields structured in a specific order. These templates help create a consistent structure for knowledge articles. Using the Knowledge Article Templates feature, as a knowledge administrator (a user with knowledge_admin role), you can create article templates, add or customize fields in a template, and activate or deactivate a template. As a security administrator (a user with security_admin role), you can configure field-level security in any template to make it visible to specific users. As an author, you can create articles using pre-defined article templates or any newly created article templates. When you upgrade Knowledge Management to Kingston or later releases, all existing articles from the earlier version automatically use the standard template of the upgraded version. For example, if you upgrade Knowledge Management from Jakarta to Kingston, all existing articles use the standard template available in the Kingston version.
The E-mail form is distributed, filled out, and submitted through e-mail. You can use the automatically generated layout, or reformat it with Page Layout Templates, Themes, and tables found in the ribbon. After you have finished customizing the layout and adding controls, specify who receives the e-mail. To do this, click the Data tab, and then, in the Submit Form group, click To E-mail. Next, click the File tab, then click the Publish section, and then click E-Mail to select the intended recipients. InfoPath forms can only be submitted through e-mail in Microsoft Outlook 2007 and 2010. The default compatibility is Outlook 2010: if you need to target Outlook 2007, you can change the form template type to E-Mail (InfoPath 2007). Users need to have the same version of Outlook and InfoPath installed in order to fill out e-mail forms.
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