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Do the following three steps Add Windows Server Feature: User Interfaces and Infrastructure -> Desktop Experience Reboot Start Windows Services -> Themes service To ensure, Review this link: http://www.infopathdev.com/forums/p/21891/75649.aspx
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Is this sitting inside a form web part? If so, there is another option in web part settings to close the form. You can also try giving the button rules instead, and using a submit action followed by a close form action (this assumes you are using infopath to customize the form).
You can achieve an auto complete if you publish your form via SharePoint on a web page and add a content editor pointing to a little jQuery script as described here: http://sympmarc.com/2011/08/24/using-spservices-with-jqueryuis-autocomplete-function-on-infopath-forms-in-sharepoint/ In that case you don't even have to load in the data via your form first. ...
there are a quite a few things to discuss. First of all you need a 'Suppliers' list; not a 'Recent Suppliers' list. You are right, you need a data connection to that list which will populate your dropdown options. This list will be filtered by the values entered into a text box. If you have a very large list of suppliers it might be a good idea to somewhat ...
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