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SharePoint 2010 Add Web Part to InfoPath List Form

by JamieMcAllister 11. November 2012 01:26
When customizing a SharePoint list form with InfoPath Designer 2010 there is no option to embed web parts on your form. It is possible to do it however, and this video shows you how. [More]

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SharePoint webinar for Experts Exchange now posted to YouTube

by JamieMcAllister 17. August 2012 14:56
The recent SharePoint webinar has now been posted to YouTube. Re-live the highs, the lows, the thrills and the spills. [More]

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Personalization in SharePoint 2010

by JamieMcAllister 5. June 2012 18:35
Personalization of SharePoint Pages can be a cool feature. It's also a little more widely available than the wisdom on the Internet might lead you to believe. [More]

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Implementing a SharePoint 2010 Intranet

by JamieMcAllister 27. February 2012 18:49
What are the high level steps when implementing a SharePoint 2010 Intranet? Here's my view on it... [More]

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Variations 2010 - Changing Page Propagation Behaviour

by JamieMcAllister 23. June 2010 01:55
Altering Variations propagation in Moss 2007 could be as involved as tinkering with the propagation timer job execution settings. Josh Stickler outlines the behaviour in 2010 and provides Powershell script to alter behaviour. [More]

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Variations in SharePoint 2010 – Connecting People with Content

by JamieMcAllister 13. April 2010 19:02
Variations 2010 information from the ECM team [More]

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Sharepoint 2010 Sneak Peeks

by JamieMcAllister 14. July 2009 03:24
More information about Sharepoint 2010 is coming out. Here are some of the videos. [More]

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