Create a form template with tabs

You can design your form template to use tabs to switch from view to view, just like you use tabs in Internet Explorer 7.0. Microsoft InfoPath Team Blog: Tabs shows you to add tabs to your form template. Tabs are a great way to expose the other views in a form that is based on your form template.

For more information about the tasks in the blog post, see the following articles:

If you want your form template to mimic a wizard so that it's easier for users to fill out, see Create a form template that works like a wizard.

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