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This can be done using Rules in Infopath. There is 3 different types of rule that you can use, Validation, Formatting and Action. They are accessible from the top ribbon tab "Home" and are found almost in the right corner. Add a formatting rule on the field you wanna hide and set the condition to be something like Yes/No Field is equal to True / False ...
You can use 3-rd party ready-to-use custom SharePoint Workflows to achive your goals. It has also 10 free workflows 2013 that will help you to implement your task.
At first, you need to install Office Pro Plus 2013 which includes InfoPath Designer 2013 (and InfoPath Filler 2013). For system requirements you'll need at least a 1 GHz processor and 1 GB RAM (32 bit) or 2 GB RAM (64 bit). And of course 3 GB HDD available space. To start develop, there are numerous of guides available, but a good place to start is at ...
You could use versioning in the Sharepoint list/library, an then publish a major version from the draft.
An option would be to store all the Excel data in a SharePoint list. Then you can create a datasource to consume that list data and pull back the item name and it's price. Then in the InfoPath form, I would create a repeating table, bind a drop down control to the datasource to the product name. I would create a rule that when this drop down field is ...
I found this resolution for your issue provided in another thread - http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/a/42362/35743 This link also provides an explanation for the issue and another resolution - https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/225167
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