Add Infopath form to a page in SharePoint using InfoPath Form Web Part

This InfoPath SharePoint tutorial explains, how to add an InfoPath form to a web part page or wiki page using InfoPath Form Web Part in SharePoint Online or SharePoint 2013/2016. InfoPath Form Web Part is a useful web part which can be used to embed an InfoPath 2010 form in a web part on a SharePoint web page.

First, design an InfoPath form (browser-compatible) and publish it to a SharePoint form library using InfoPath designer 2013. Then Open the SharePoint site and edit the page or you can add a new page and then edit the page.

Place the cursor and select Insert Web Part from Ribbon in SharePoint 2013/Online site. From the Web, Part category, select Forms and then select the InfoPath Form Web Part from the web part list. Then click on Add.

 Add Infopath form to a page in SharePoint using InfoPath Form Web Part
Add Infopath form to a page in SharePoint using InfoPath Form Web Part

Now in the web part, click on “Click here to open the tool pane” link as shown in the fig below:

 Add Infopath form to a page in SharePoint using InfoPath Form Web Part
Add Infopath form to a page in SharePoint using InfoPath Form Web Part

On the tool pane from the List or Library drop-down list box select the form library which you published the InfoPath form. Select the view to display from the Views drop-down list box, if you have multiple views of the InfoPath form then select the required one which you need to show in the page.

 Add Infopath form to a page in SharePoint using InfoPath Form Web Part
Add Infopath form to a page in SharePoint using InfoPath Form Web Part

Now whenever you will open the page, the InfoPath form will appear.

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