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Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

Thanks to Jean Paoli, Microsoft’s XML Architect for the Office Productivity Group. Jean is the co-creator of InfoPath 2003 and the co-creator of the World Wide Web Consortium’s XML 1.0 Recommendation, so he provides a unique perspective on InfoPath’s objectives and features and its role as a member of Microsoft Office System 2003.

Producing a book of this scope is a team effort. Juliana Aldous Atkinson, program manager for Microsoft Press, managed the acquisition and scheduling process. Dick Brown was the initial project editor; Sally Stickney took over when Dick retired during the closing moments of the editing process. Tess MacMillan produced the CD that accompanies the book, and Charlotte Bowden handled the CD’s quality control tests. Acey Bunch, now a documentation manager with the Microsoft SQL Server User Education group, prepared the original table of contents and chapter outlines for Parts I through III of the book.

Steve Sagman and his Studioserv team—Chris Russo, technical editor, Jennifer Harris and Teri Bicknell, copy editors, and Sharon Bell, layout artist—handled the book’s production. Chris’s sharp eyes caught many errors of omission and commission; those that remain are solely my responsibility. Jennifer and Teri corrected my grammar and style mistakes. Steve and Sharon are responsible for what I consider to be a very attractive book.

I couldn’t have provided accurate descriptions and examples of new InfoPath 2003 SP-1 features without assistance from Microsoft’s InfoPath development and support team. Boris Rivers-Moore, Paul Lorimer, Kamaljit Bath, Claudio Caldato, Miladin Pavlicic, Silviu Ifrim, Joel Alley, David Fries, Rodrigo Lode, Nora Selim, and Vani Mandava answered my numerous questions about SP-1 features. Vani also peerreviewed most of the book’s chapters for technical accuracy. Special thanks go to Alessandro Catorcini for clarifying Chapter 17’s description of InfoPath SP-1 security levels.

Roger Jennings
http://www.oakleaf.ws/InfoPath/
Oakland, California, USA
May, 2004

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