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    Hi all

    In SharePoint 2007 I could design simple forms to collect data... I can't see how I'm supposed to do the same with SharePoint 365 (Office 365)? Everything I Google talks about Access 2013 etc... Which isn't what I was hoping for. Am I being stupid or is this something I just can't do?

    Thanks in advance
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  • #2
    Can't you create a list to store your data and then use SharePoint Designer to modify the default edit form? This would work in SP2013 but I don't know about the cloudy variety
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Thanks Tom, just looking at lists now and seeing what I can achieve.
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      • #4
        Hi Chris, long time no post and good to see you again. Hope you are happy in your work and the family are all in good health.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by biggles77 View Post
          Hi Chris, long time no post and good to see you again. Hope you are happy in your work and the family are all in good health.

          Yo! Yeah been a while...! All is good thanks... I'll post something in the mod forum in a moment to catch you all up
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          • #6
            Sorry to dig up an old thread, did you get anywhere with this? Im looking at creating forms on SharePoint online all the reading I have done sends me to InfoPath but from that all I can establish InfoPath is to be no more.

            Any suggestions what I should invest my time into learning so I can create a simple for for users to populate?

            Thanks

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