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My name is William Cornwill, I am the Collaboration Platform Technology Solutions Professional (TSP) for Australia and Pacific Islands. I work for Microsoft Australia.  In this capacity I support the Technical Presales activities around SharePoint. Prior to coming across to Microsoft I was working for a Gold Partner.   I am a beginner bike rider who enjoys riding with my family along the many creek trails and bike paths in Melbourne, Australia.   I recently competed in my first MTB race - 5hr enduro laps around a 9km loop and I got extremely muddy.  I also train in Goju Ryu Karate for fun and exercise and recently graded to 5th Kyu.

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    Customising the Document Information Panel in Office

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    The Document Information Panel is a feature of Microsoft Office 2007 Word, Microsoft Office Excel 2007 and Microsoft Office PowerPoint.  This feature is designed to allow users to enter information about the document they are working in.  This...
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    Customising the Approval Workflow for WCM (Update)

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    As I mentioned in my previous post, at this years TechEd in Sydney, Paul Turner from SDM and myself presented a session on customising the approval workflow for web content management in MOSS. Paul has been busy writing the full blog post and has published...
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    Customising approval workflows for WCM in MOSS

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    At this years TechEd in Sydney, Paul Turner from SDM and myself presented a session on customising the approval workflow for web content management in MOSS. During the session we showed how to add a non-human element, particularly the HTML Tidy utility...
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    TechEd Australia 2008 is here!

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    TechEd Australia 2008 is finally here.  Today is the Student day and other pre-day, gives me time to get comfortable in the speakers room.  This will be my first TechEd as a Microsoft employee so lets see if it is any different or exciting from...
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