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    Hi

    I'm looking into creating InfoPath forms for our organisation on a SharePoint server, so don't know a lot at this point in time.

    Can anyone tell me if InfoPath forms can be designed with a field to attach documents to. For example, a travel expenses claim that has a field where you upload and attach a document, such as a scanned receipt that is used to substantiate the claim?

    I haven't been able to find such a control in the list available and would appreciate any assistance.

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    [quote name='woodpig' post='780006' date='15-Jun-2009 19:55']Can anyone tell me if InfoPath forms can be designed with a field to attach documents to. For example, a travel expenses claim that has a field where you upload and attach a document, such as a scanned receipt that is used to substantiate the claim?[/quote]
    I found this for InfoPath 2003: Insert a file attachment control - InfoPath - Microsoft Office Online.

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    [quote name='woodpig' post='780006' date='15-Jun-2009 21:55']I haven't been able to find such a control in the list available and would appreciate any assistance.[/quote]

    Here's the Infopath 2007 article - Insert a file attachment control - InfoPath - Microsoft Office Online

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