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  • Blog Post: InfoPath: Adding a button to switch between views

    The ability to have multiple views of information and multiple uses for forms is one of the great features of InfoPath. And yet, any person responsible for supporting the users working with the forms can tell you that it can be a real challenge to users to have to switch views via the menu system. However...
  • Blog Post: Cross-Site Groups in SharePoint

    There's a great article by Adam Macaulay on MSD2D about using Cross-Site groups to manage your SharePoint users . It's written from a CorasWorks perspective, but don't let thinking it's a promotional piece keep you from reading it -- it has lots of excellent information for the SharePoint administrator...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Information Architecture

    Please welcome Paula Land to the land-o-blogs! Paula is MSDN's Information Architect, and is going to be posing you some interesting questions, including what you think of the sneak preview of the new MSDN Library Table of Contents. You'll have to go to her blog find the sneak preview ;-)
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Links Updated

    The SharePoint Links on the right nav of my blog have been updated. I've been remis, and there are lots of good bloggers out there. I still haven't found a good getting started document, though... if anyone can point me to one I'd be very grateful. The target audience is people who have very basic computer...
  • Blog Post: A whole site of SharePoint blogs!

    Hey, there's a whole site of SharePoint blogs . All the posts on the site are supposed to be about SharePoint, so seems like it should be a great resource (haven't had a chance to look around that much :)
  • Blog Post: Workflow on SharePoint

    I've had a number of people ask me about workflow on SharePoint, and while I've run across an article or post here or there, I didn't have a great place to point people to. However, on Lamont Harrington's blog I found a whole category of workflow posts . Here's the RSS feed .
  • Blog Post: Lamont Harrington: Great list of SharePoint Resources

    Today I was looking for some information for users on "Getting Started with WSS" (this is for the non-profit that I set up a SharePoint site for) and I ran across Lamont Harrington's blog . There are some really great resources here, I don't know how I missed it previously! One of the most useful posts...
  • Blog Post: Web Part Deployment Best Practices?

    In articles on MSDN that talk about creating basic web parts , they talk about deployment by importing a .DWT. However, there is also an article on “ Using Wppackager to Package and Deploy Web Parts for Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies ” along with the Wppackager download ....
  • Blog Post: How to use a form web part to filter or show all values in a data view web part

    Just ran across this good “How To” article on the FrontPoint blog! If you'd like to check out all of their How To articles, you can do so here .
  • Blog Post: Looking for answers on SharePoint and WSS

    The first place that I go when I have a WSS problem or question is the WSS FAQ , which has a ton of great information. This site is a joint effort of Mike Walsh, Jim Duncan and Larry Strange, and represents the majority of the most frequently asked questions from the WSS newsgroup. It's presented in...
  • Blog Post: Free online training: SPS Managing Portals

    There's a new web-based training module for Managing Portals online! This Web-based training course tells you how to set up, customize, and manage a SharePoint Portal site using SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services. (It requires IE and Flash to run.)
  • Blog Post: SmartPart WebPart

    Jan Tielens and Fons Sonnemans , names you're very familiar with if you're a SharePoint Wonk like me, created a very cool SmartPart WebPart : The SmartPart is a generic webpart that can contain an ASP.NET user control. Nothing new you would say, but the SmartPart can give your user control access...
  • Blog Post: Look at all these SharePoint posts!

    I look away for just a moment, and when I look back, I see all these SharePoint posts on Amanda's blog! I've given you the category called “Microsoft Stuff” but as I've mentioned before, you really should be reading every post she makes -- she's just that good ;-) [Yeah, yeah, I know it...
  • Blog Post: PalmOne Support Site has really improved!

    I got an SMS message a while back to install a new update to my Treo 600. I never installed the update before this one -- my phone was working fine, and I didn't want to lose the ringtones that I worked so hard to get ;-) This time, though, I went to the site to check out what was included in the update...
  • Blog Post: Tablet PC Developer Center launched

    I just noticed that we have another new Developer Center, just in time for Tech Ed! (Those of you who subscribe to the MSDN Just Published RSS Feed probably noticed some of the content for this new Dev Center go up last week.) Yesterday we launched the Tablet PC Developer Center which has lots of yummy...
  • Blog Post: Getting Things Done: Update

    Chris Sells pinged me today to ask about GTD. Actually, it was kind of funny... he sent me an email with the subject line “You've done this, what can you tell me?“ And the body was a link . That's it. When I first saw the subject line I thought it was spam, or even <gasp> porn spam...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint in Educational Settings

    Jared Evans contacted me via my blog to ask whether there were any white papers about using SharePoint in Universities. I hadn't seen any, but wonderful Adam in SharePoint marketing was kind enough to point me to a whole slew of case studies featuring SharePoint in Education . Enjoy, Jared!
  • Blog Post: 15 new InfoPath SP1 Labs posted to MSDN

    Well, the headline says that there are 15, but when I look, I see 16 ;-) In any case, these look like great labs in the Office Developer Center !
  • Blog Post: Wow, first time in over 5 years!

    After reading in several blogs about David Allen and his book/process Getting Things Done , I decided to give it a try. The set-up has been significant, and I'm not done by any stretch, but I've finished my inbox, and for the first time since the day I started at Microsoft, my inbox is empty! Jeff...
  • Blog Post: Using SharePoint for Blogging

    Recently I've had a couple of questions from readers asking about the possibility of using SharePoint for blogging. These questions have been sitting in my “Research as a possible blog topic someday when I have the time” folder, waiting for a spare moment. Then today I received an email/comment...
  • Blog Post: The InfoPath team has a blog!

    KC just pointed out to me that the InfoPath team has a blog . I was embarrassed to find that they've been blogging for a week ( 12 posts already ) and I didn't notice! They are interested in getting feedback on topics you'd like to see them cover in this post -- I'm sure you'll have some suggestions...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint materials on GotDotNet.com

    I just noticed that MikeFitz has posted a bunch of slide decks from the EMEA SharePoint Products and Technologies Developer Tour on GotDotNet.com. The Tour is taking place throughout Europe during the month of March 2004. That got me wondering if the User Samples on GDN had grown as well. There are a...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint List as secondary datasource

    Jan Tielen s has a great post about using SharePoint Lists as a secondary datasource: The InfoPath Service Pack1 adds some nice features to InfoPath, there a few that I really like. One of them is the ability to use a SharePoint list as a data source. For example if you have a contact list in SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Working with Korby

    I got to spend Friday afternoon talking with Tommy and Korby and then collaborating with Korby on a brief demo that we're going to do together for a leadership team. They've all heard about wikis and want to know more about them and their possibilities. Me, I've only used wikis for internal team communication...
  • Blog Post: New Computer (part 2)

    Okay, so it wasn't as easy to get it working as it was to get it put together (not that I did much more than screw in a couple of screws and locate this product manual or that one). Thank goodness for Curtis or I would have been totally at a loss. Get most of the pieces in, hook it up to a monitor, turn...
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