Here’s a summary of the steps: · Create a Site Content Type in Share Point 2010 (my example is HR Forms) · Create a Forms Library in Share Point 2010 (my example is HR Forms Test) · Add the Site Content Type to the newly created Forms Library · Create a new form using Info Path Designer 2010 · Publish the form to the form library, mapping the fields on the form to the existing columns in the library That’s it!

The processing instructions allow forms that are based on this form template to be automatically updated if you make changes to the form template after publishing it.

Top of Page If you are updating a form that has already been published, or are publishing a Share Point list or workflow form for the first time, you can use quick publish to publish the form without having to indicate how and where it will be published.

When you click Quick Publish, Info Path 2010 automatically re-publishes or publishes the form to its previous or indicated location.

Note: If a publish location has not been specified, Quick Publish is disabled.

If you want to publish an Info Path form to Share Point so that users can fill it out in a Web browser or in Info Path filler then you can publish it to a Share Point library.

Users will then be able to access the form online, fill it out, and save the results as an Info Path document in the library.Administrator-approved form templates are maintained in a special document library that can be accessed only by administrators.There are a couple of ways to integrate Content Types with Info Path forms libraries.Note: Info Path Filler is required for forms that have been published in e-mail messages.In previous versions of Info Path, you could publish a form to a Share Point library, and, when users filled out the form, it would save their responses as documents within that library.For my example, I’m creating my Content Type in the root of my site collection, which is at . At the top of the list of content types, click the Create link.