• LauraJ's Weblog

    Renaud Comte: Great example of WSS/FrontPage2003

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    I subscribed to Renaud's feed after he left some comments on my blog. Today I see he's pointing to a really cool example site out of New Zealand by Ian Morrish. The examples are well documented in articles that are easy to understand -- take this one...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    SharePoint links added to right nav

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    I've mucked with my style-sheet, and added two sets of SharePoint links to the right nav (Microsoft and non-Microsoft). If you know of good sites for SharePoint information, feel free to leave a comment here or send me email. I will also be adding a set...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Mail Enabling SharePoint Document Libraries

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    If you're a SharePoint fan, you probably already know about MSD2D.com . They have a new article by Eric Stepek on Mail Enabling SharePoint Document Libraries : One of the many new features included with SharePoint Portal Server 2003 are mail-enabled document...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    SharePoint: When is an administrator not in the administrator group?

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    Even if you remove a user from the Administrator group in Windows Sharepoint Services, it's possible that they could still have some level of administrative access if they are the owner or secondary owner of the top-level site. See this TechNet article...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    WSS and Visual Studio.NET 2003

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    Conrad has an interesting post on interactions he's experiencing between WSS and VS.Net 2003, and how he solved the problem. And besides being interesting, his post reinforced my nascent belief that I need a new home computer, so I can use the old one...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Decision Trade-offs

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    As I was catching up on my reading last night, I found this post . Peter Torr was talking about "always making the wrong decision", and asking for forgiveness in advance for making *someone* unhappy when their project is released. (Peter works on the...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Why all the SharePoint/InfoPath posts?

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    As the whole blog transition has wound to a close, and I've ended up with two separate homes, I've been thinking a lot about how I can add value to the community through this blog (other than a series of perhaps interesting, but generally inconsequential...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Scoble: What about Favorites, asks Ed

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    Robert says" I stopped using Favorites about five years ago. Hint, what happened about five years ago? Google. My favorites file back then was about 5000 items. It just got so big, and so out of date, that I stopped using it. Today my "favorites...
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    Getting a reply color other than the offered 16 in Outlook 2003

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    I'm not a huge fan of registry hacks, but I just might try this one that Tony Schreiner exposes. Outlook 2003 limits you to only 16 color choices when you specify a font for replying; Tony figured out how to specify any RGB color. Chartreuse anyone?
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    Including OneNote 2003 files in your Sharepoint Portal Server 2003 searches

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    Okay, last one today, I promise :) This Microsoft Knowledgebase article gives the steps that Sharepoint Portal Server 2003 administrators need to follow to get OneNote documents included in search results. (Have you tried OneNote 2003 yet? It's pretty...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    SharePoint: Get rid of that pesky "!New" tag

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    Here's another Microsoft Knowledgebase article , this one tells you how to get rid of that pesky !New tag when you add a new item to Sharepoint site. This "How To" applies to Sharepoint Team Services, Sharepoint Portal Server 2003 and Windows Sharepoint...
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    How to use the Gthrlog.vbs tool to view gatherer logs in SharePoint Portal Server 2003

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    There's a new Microsoft Knowledgebase article that talks about how to use the unsupported gthrlog.vbs tool. From the article: Every time that SharePoint Portal Server creates an index or updates an index, SharePoint Portal Server creates a gatherer...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Difference between Windows Sharepoint Services and Sharepoint Portal Server 2003

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    I ran across a Microsoft Knowledge Base article the other day that has a good comparison of the features in Windows Sharepoint Services and Sharepoint Portal Server 2003. This information exists in other places, but this is a nice concise summary. It...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Four new Publisher 2003 articles in the Office Developer Center

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    Spotlight on Publisher 2003 "In these four new articles, Andrew May demonstrates how to use the Publisher object model to extend the capabilities of Publisher 2003. Learn to create navigation bars and catalog publications, customize wizards, and sort...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Excel tip: Entering Data

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    Today I was entering a bunch of data into a spreadsheet, using the numeric keyboard with my right hand as I read numbers off the list on desk to the left. In this situation, it's easiest to use the Enter key on the numeric keyboard to move between cells...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    MSN Ads

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    Some people love the MSN Butterfly ads and some people hate them -- to each their own. If you're in the "love 'em" camp, though, only4gurus.com has them available for download .
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    This is broken!

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    Sean posts about thisisbroken.com . This site is one of the outlets for Mark Hurst , and I totally agree with Sean that it's important to understand what's broken. The posts are also really funny! Mark's main website is www.goodexperience.com , and he...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Developers and Community

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    Thought I'd point you to two new blogs of note: Mark Cligett and Jeremy Bostron are both in the Developer Division, on a team that is leading community efforts for VS and the .Net Framework. Both have solicited feedback from the developer community, so...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Other Interesting Webcasts coming up

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    I thought I would point out a few more upcoming webcasts that look pretty interesting to me: Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: The Project Management Office Evolution Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Understanding the Value of Productivity...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    ASP.net Webcast Week

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    I just read in the MSDN Flash that the week of January 19th is ASP.net Webcast Week . Space is limited (and some are full already!), so register early for webcasts including Introduction and Best Practices topics (among others).
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Here, there and everywhere

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    There's been a lot of moving around in the Microsoft blogging world, and in the last couple of days the dust has finally settled , and the new default home for what was once http://blogs.gotdotnet.com is now http://blogs.msdn.com . Lots of people worked...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Alerts for Microsoft Knowledgebase Articles

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    Yesterday I saw a link for http://kbalertz.com on http://www.asp.net ; I had heard of kbalertz before but had never visited. Last night I went to the site and was very pleasantly surprised at the functionality of the site, including the total ease with...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Great snow pictures from today

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    Tommy took some great photos of the snow today. Look at all of them, if you have time... they are all great, but the photos are Maya are Wonderful! Originally posted to my temporary blog home at http://www.geekswithblogs.net/lauraj
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    Loving Newsgator even more

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    Once I started using Newsgator , I was pretty much hooked. When I only had my one blog on GDN , my blogging life was easy -- I installed the BlogX plugin , and posted away. Once I moved this work-ish blog to GeeksWithBlogs (thanks Jeff!) and created another...
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    Snow Day in Redmond

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    Today there was a major storm in the Puget Sound area -- lots of snow, on top of ice that's formed over the last few days. I, along with quite a few of my co-workers, worked from home today. There was lots of angst, as you can probably imagine, as everyone...
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