Office Forms Server 2007 Now Available on TechNet and MSDN

Microsoft has just posted the download for Forms Server 2007 on the MSDN & TechNet sites.  In case you’re like me and have absolutely no idea what exactly this is, here’s Microsoft’s take on what the product is supposed to do:

“Microsoft Office Forms Server 2007 provides scalable, standards-based electronic forms solutions with enhanced security that can help your organization to extend the reach of forms-driven business processes to anyone with a Web browser.

Office Forms Server 2007 is a new server offering in the Microsoft Office system. It is a standalone server that delivers new Microsoft Office InfoPath Forms Services, which is also available in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. This new technology uses server-based electronic forms to streamline business processes and make data collection, distribution, and integration more cost-effective than with paper-based forms.”

Still confused?  Hey, me too!  All I got from this description is that it’s a standalone server product to work with InfoPath and that it makes delicious waffles.  I’m sorry…did I say “waffles?”  I meant “waffles.”

I’m hungry.

Anyway, WinSmarts.com has an interesting article on how this particular product, along with InfoPath & MOSS, will work together.

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One Response to “Office Forms Server 2007 Now Available on TechNet and MSDN”

  1. techwoo Says:

    Office Forms Server 2007 Now Available on TechNet and MSDN .Thanks for nice post.I added to my twitter.


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