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May, 2009

  • InfoPath forms within SharePoint pages

    One of the great things about InfoPath 2007 is that it allows people to design forms that can be opened in an internet browser. This means, if you have a SharePoint intranet, extranet or website, you can publish InfoPath forms to SharePoint and have people...
  • Better with Office - versioning

    This is the second part in my series of posts about the benefits of combining SharePoint with Office. I’m going to talk about versioning. Versioning is one of the major benefits a document management system has over a file share. A common scenario...
  • MOSS 2007 SP2 Bug

    It turns out there’s a bug in the recently released Service Pack for MOSS 2007. I first became aware of this bug last Friday as I was preparing to do some SharePoint demos using Microsoft’s internal MOSS deployment and I kept getting an error message...
  • It's not piracy - it's the Ultimate Steal

    If you're a UK higher education student or staff member, you can get Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 for the ridiculously cheap price of £38.95 - if you buy before 30th June 2009. Just go to The Ultimate Steal , register with your academic email address...
  • Better with Office - Metadata

    What is metadata? The simple definition is that it’s data about data. In the case of SharePoint, it’s information about files and documents stored within SharePoint. There are some bits of metadata that are included as standard, such as who created a...
  • ECAL Suite LiveMeeting for Partners

    If you work for a Microsoft Partner and are confused what exactly the CAL Suites are and why people might want the ECAL Suite, this might be for you. Some of my colleagues at Microsoft have produced this webcast to increase partner understanding of the...
  • Better with Office - introduction

    SharePoint is part of the Microsoft product stack. This doesn’t mean that it’s just another item on a Microsoft price list. What it means is that it’s designed to work with the other products Microsoft produces. In other posts, I’ve talked about using...