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Could do with a little advice to start off with.

Could do with a little advice to start off with.

Could do with a little advice to start off with.

I hate how broad this question is but I could really do with some help.
I have played about a bit with Sharepoint before and published a form template to a form library but that is as far as my experience goes.
I have been asked to develop a form that writes customer information to a database and also stores documents as part of this form.
I have the InfoPath Designer 2012 version installed locally.
I have a remote Sharepoint 2013 server so can't really just use Visual Studio as it has to be local for that.
I have done some form tutorials but they seem only to show how to publish to a form library.
I have had problems publishing the database form.
Can anybody give me a help with where to start, am I right using infopath designer.
Should I use the database form for this kind of thing or would I be better creating a web part etc?

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