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My SharePoint Online Sessions Now Available at Channel9

by JamieMcAllister 18. November 2014 14:19
I recently had the chance to do some SharePoint online education sessions on camera, a first for me. Here are the links, see how it went! [More]

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Cloud | Document Management | End User | Im Speaking At | MVA | MVP | Office 365 | Public Speaking | Sharepoint | SharePoint Online | video | WCM | Webinar

Supporting Links for Evolution Conference Talk

by JamieMcAllister 13. April 2013 20:38
Here are the supporting links for my talk at the SharePoint Evolution Conference. [More]

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Cloud | End User | Im Speaking At

End User Solutions Presentation from SharePoint User Group Switzerland Meeting

by JamieMcAllister 20. March 2013 19:41
The SharePoint User Group Switzerland meeting has a presentation on End User Solutions. Here is a copy of teh slide deck. [More]

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End User | Infopath | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint 2013 | SharePoint Designer | SUG

Cloud SharePoint and End User Solutions

by JamieMcAllister 7. March 2013 13:52
There has been some confusion voiced to me over exactly what features were available in which SharePoint Cloud offering. The matrix detailing this is available. [More]

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Cloud | Development | End User | Infopath | Office 365 | Public Speaking | SharePoint Online

No Code Solutions for Power Users Webinar is now on YouTube

by JamieMcAllister 17. November 2012 19:37
No Code Solutions for Power Users is now on YouTube [More]

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End User | Sharepoint | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint Designer | video | Webinar

Webinar Materials

by JamieMcAllister 14. November 2012 19:09
Here is the supporting materials for the End User Solutions webinar. :) All resources and links to videos included. [More]

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End User | Infopath | Javascript | Sharepoint | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint Designer | Webinar

Add Repeating Sections to SharePoint Forms using InfoPath 2010

by JamieMcAllister 25. September 2012 01:51
Using InfoPath 2010 with SharePoint 2010 it's possible to create SharePoint forms that can capture repeating sections of data. This can be particularly useful for applications like timesheets where a variable number of task rows need to be completed each week, depending entirely on what the person has been working on that week. This video creates a timesheet application in SharePoint 2010 from scratch in just a few minutes. [More]

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End User | Infopath | Sharepoint | sharepoint 2010 | video

SharePoint and Infopath 2010 - Conditionally Hide Form Fields

by JamieMcAllister 12. June 2012 16:18
The Customize Form [in Infopath] button in SharePoint 2010 is a little bit of magic that makes your working life a whole lot easier. Here I explain how you can use Infopath to conditionally hide your new item form fields depending on the other field values. As an introduction to changing your SharePoint forms with Infopath - this is a good way to start. [More]

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End User | Infopath | sharepoint 2010

Ten Most Mystifying Attitudes To SharePoint

by JamieMcAllister 2. May 2012 10:04
When you get around on a few SharePoint projects you tend to hear a lot of pre-conceptions, attitudes, and plain old wrongheadedness around what SharePoint is and does. Collected below are my personal favourite ten of these, which believe me I've heard more than once. [More]

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End User | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint Misconceptions

Replace Task List Status Column with Icons in SharePoint 2010

by JamieMcAllister 1. May 2012 13:44
It's possible to change the appearance of lists in a big way using SharePoint Designer 2010. In two minutes flat you can for example have a Task List showing Graphical Icons instead of Status text, as I demonstrate here. [More]

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End User | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint Designer | XSLT List View

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