Free White Paper: Forms are important. Forms
are used for nearly all end user data input.
We use forms for capturing vacation requests, timesheet
entries, sign-ups, opt-ins, opt-outs, registrations, feedback, comments,
reviews, ideas, expenses, help desk information, contacts, applications,
speaker submissions, polls, tickets, tasks, and just about anything that
requires user input.
You name it, and chances are a form is used to capture the
So why is creating a simple form and putting it on a
SharePoint page something we need "sweet skills" for?
How can building beautiful forms be accomplished affordably
and without understanding HTML, SharePoint Designer, InfoPath or Visual