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Converting InfoPath Forms into Visual Studio Projects

Posted by mundeep on February 16, 2009

I was recently trying to converting some InfoPath froms that had been created as per default in the InfoPath client application (and using Visual Studio Tools for Applications for Code-Behind) into a Visual Studio project to be opened in Visual Stdio 2005 as per the MSDN HowTo. However when i reached the last step and opened the masnifest.xsf it would just me show me the xml contents of the file and not the visual form editing GUI that you see in the InfoPath client. Solution was to install Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office Second Edition (VSTO 2005 SE) and then reopen the project.

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