Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.
What does the control called a Repeating Section do?
It inserts multiple option buttons to provide several choices to the person filling out the form.
It puts multiple, identical sections into the form so that the person filling out the form has enough room for lots of data.
It enables the person filling out the form to add more copies of that section.
When you're designing a form, what's a quick way to see which field a control is bound to?
Point to the control, and look for the name of the field next to a green binding icon in the upper-right corner.
You can tell by the label that InfoPath applies next to the control.
You can always see this in the Text Box Binding dialog box.
As you learned in the practice session: To bind controls to your data source, you should always work from the Data Source task pane.
True: This is the only way to bind the data correctly.
False: You can do the same thing from the Controls task pane.