Create a Loan Calculator using InfoPath and Excel Web Parts
- Posted: Feb 04, 2010 at 10:32AM
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In this week’s “5 for Forms” video demo, Nick Dallett will show you how to create a loan calculator application without writing a line of code. This simple application leverages the power of the InfoPath and Excel Web Parts by using an InfoPath form to input the values that are sent to an Excel Workbook which contains the complex formulas that calculate the repayments.
If you want to learn more about the new InfoPath Form Web Part, check out Nick’s earlier video demo – Managing data in your SharePoint Lists using the InfoPath Form Web Part.
This video is also available on the InfoPath Team Blog.