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Limit SharePoint Designer to Certain Users

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 31, 2009

There has been quite a bit of chatter on advantages/disadvantages of SharePoint Designer (SPD) the last few days. Though I believe SPD has a place; I personally tend not to use it very often. As a developer, I like to have a little more control over things. For example, I tend to go old school and create master pages/CSS in NotePad++. With that in mind, I have received many queries on how to limit SPD to certain individuals in the organization.

There are many ways to limit SPD use:

  1. Turn off site editing. An example can be found here.
  2. Disable access to sites in SPD. My buddy John Ferringer has a CodePlex project to do this.
  3. Use security permissions to limit access to SPD.
  4. Only give users you want access to SPD tool.

For this post, I am going to concentrate on using security permissions to limit access to SPD.

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April 2009 Cincinnati SharePoint User Group Announcement

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 31, 2009

The April 2009 Cincinnati SharePoint User Group meeting will take place on 4/2 at 6:00 pm at MAX Technical Training in Mason. There is one session:

Imaging augments SharePoint’s value proposition in the Electronic Content Management space.  Presented by George David of KnowledgeLake

Unfortunately, due to a family birthday, I will be unable to attend.

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SharePoint Saturday Atlanta – I’ll be there…

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 30, 2009

Dan Attis was gracious enough to invite me to present at SharePoint Saturday in Atlanta on April 18th. I will presenting on custom timer jobs. It will be an awesome opportunity to finally put faces to so many SharePoint folks.

Join SharePoint architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for ‘SharePoint Saturday’ event.  SharePoint Saturday is an educational, informative & lively day filled with sessions from respected SharePoint professionals & MVPs, covering a wide variety of SharePoint-orientated topics.  SharePoint Saturday is FREE, open to the public and is your local chance to immerse yourself in SharePoint!

The registration link is: https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=136991

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Links (3/29/2009)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 29, 2009


  1. Always Enable Disk-Based Caching in MOSS 2007
  2. SharePoint: Customising the EntityEditorWithPicker
  3. Customizing EntityEditorWithPicker
  4. Announcing Version 2.0 of the SharePoint Polling Web Part!
  5. Bil’s Favorite CodePlex SharePoint Projects
  6. Microsoft® Commerce Server 2009 is Now Available on MSDN!
  7. Running out of CALs?
  8. Deploy Custom JQuery Scripts to the SharePoint Site Collection
  9. How to add a new list item to SharePoint using the List Item web service
  10. Parsing SharePoint List Items from Lists.asmx
  11. SharePoint:: Get Pages List from Current Web
  12. Working with the Quick Launch Navigation – Part 1
  13. Creating a XML-based SharePoint Navigation Menu
  14. Opening Custom Webpart Links in a new window using JavaScript
  15. Simple way to use LINQ with SharePoint ItemCollections
  16. Using Media Streaming Services to Integrate Silverlight with SharePoint


  1. OpenXML/ODF Translator Add-in for Office v3 Released

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Configure Advanced Search

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 27, 2009

A coworker asked if it was possible to send a notification to a user’s supervisor when the user made changes to their user profile. I was able to quickly put something together (anybody interested) but ran into issues when attempting to test my change. The search box in my site did not have advanced search functionality so I could not search for my name under People. I was only able to search the current site (This Site: <Site Name>).


The steps below will take you through the process of creating a Search Center sub-site within your existing site collection:

  1. Open the top-level site in your site collection.
  2. Create a new Search Center (with tabs) sub-site. 
  3. Reopen the top-level site in your site collection.
  4. Open Site Settings.
  5. Click the “Search settings” link under the “Site Collection Administration” group.
  6. Select the “Use custom scopes” option. Paste in the Url to the Search site collection (e.g. /sites/sitename/searchcenter/Pages/).
  7. Click the OK button to save.



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Links (3/26/2009)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 26, 2009


  1. SharePoint Designer Available as Free Download after 4/1/09
  2. SharePoint ULS Logs Flooded with “Preserving template record with size…”
  3. SharePoint Web Part Event Flow in detail
  4. Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 backup and disaster recovery tutorial
  5. Script to Restart SharePoint Services
  6. MOSS as an application platform : an introduction to Oba patterns
  7. Step by step tutorial : using the Content Query Web Part /Enhanced Query Web Part (MOSS 2007)
  8. Is this a new OBA (SharePoint) pattern ? I’ve called it the “Asynchronous Business Task pattern “
  9. Displaying a Shared Calendar Outside of the Site Containing the Calendar List
  10. How to get Central Admin Link from API
  11. ChartPart 2.0 for SharePoint Beta released
  12. List columns in a SharePoint content type? How is that possible?
  13. Working with quotes in XSLT
  14. Automatically resizing SharePoint Page Viewer Web Part to its content
  15. Write a SPFieldUser
  16. SharePoint Saturday Atlanta – Registration is Open! – I’ll be speaking at the event
  17. SharePoint Best Practice: Manage CSS updates in MOSS2007
  18. Multi-column Layout in SharePoint using a single Layout Page
  19. The Missing “Change Item Order” menu
  20. InfoPath: Active Directory Template Part
  21. Increase file upload size.. Don’t forget IIS timeouts..
  22. Having fun with the SharePoint Welcome.ascx control
  23. Creating tabbed windows in SharePoint with jQuery
  24. Using SPGridView to bound to list data in SharePoint
  25. Gridview SelectedIndexChanged Showing no Data
  26. Extending CQWP by doing a bottom-up aggregation
  27. Provisioning Publishing Pages using Features declarative markup
  28. Consuming SharePoint Lists via AJAX
  29. Question: Why are there always two constructors in a SharePoint custom field type class?
  30. Working with Structured Data in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (Part2): Exposing LOB Data
  31. Anonymous Application Pages
  32. SharePoint development toolbox
  33. SharePoint Calendar STYLED!
  34. Linking list data and summing over it with XSL and the Dataview Web Part
  35. Referencing Javascript files in Web Parts
  36. SharePoint lookup to document library can’t see all documents, or only sees documents of a certain file type (Word, Powerpoint, etc.)
  37. Kirk Evans Presents Visual Studio 2008 extensions for SharePoint
  38. Custom Date Formats in SharePoint XSL
  39. Inserting and Removing ListItems in DropDownList using JavaScript
  40. Customizing Small Search Box
  41. JQuery Accessing the Client Generated ID of ASP.NET Controls


  1. How to Freeze Part of Your Word Document
  2. Exchange Server 2007 SP1, Outlook Web Access Customization: Part 2, UIExtensions.xml
  3. Analyzing Data: Functions or PivotTables

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VSTO: Display WPF User Control in Custom Task Pane

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 24, 2009

When attempting to add a WPF user control to using the following code, you will receive two compile time errors:

_salesDataTaskPane = CustomTaskPanes.Add(new SalesDataWPFUC(), "Sales Data");
_salesDataTaskPane.DockPosition = Office.MsoCTPDockPosition.msoCTPDockPositionRight;
_salesDataTaskPane.Visible = true;
_salesDataTaskPane.Width = 300;

  • Error    1    The best overloaded method match for ‘Microsoft.Office.Tools.CustomTaskPaneCollection.Add(System.Windows.Forms.UserControl, string)’ has some invalid arguments    C:\SharePoint_Test\SalesDataTaskPane\SalesDataTaskPane\ThisAddIn.cs
  • Error    2    Argument ‘1’: cannot convert from ‘SalesDataTaskPane.SalesDataWPFUC’ to ‘System.Windows.Forms.UserControl’    C:\SharePoint_Test\SalesDataTaskPane\SalesDataTaskPane\ThisAddIn.cs

To resolve this issue, you need to:

  1. Create a standard user control
  2. Create an ElementHost
  3. Create the WPF user control and assign to the ElementHost child
  4. Add the ElementHost to the standard user control Controls
  5. Dock the ElementHost to fill
  6. Add standard user control to CustomTaskPanes collection.

The code below shows a quick example of adding the WPF user control to CustomTaskPanes.

public partial class ThisAddIn {
private UserControl _salesDataUC;
private Microsoft.Office.Tools.CustomTaskPane _salesDataTaskPane;

private void ThisAddIn_Startup(object sender, EventArgs e) {
_salesDataUC = new UserControl();
ElementHost _eh = new ElementHost { Child = new SalesDataWPFUC() };
_eh.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;
_salesDataTaskPane = CustomTaskPanes.Add(_salesDataUC, "Sales Data");
_salesDataTaskPane.DockPosition = Office.MsoCTPDockPosition.msoCTPDockPositionRight;
_salesDataTaskPane.Visible = true;
_salesDataTaskPane.Width = 300;

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Links (3/22/2009)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 22, 2009

  1. Cleaning up your WebPart Gallery
  2. Adding a Read Only Field or Read Only Column to a SharePoint List
  3. Turn off the “Powered by Forms Services” Logo on InfoPath Web Forms
  4. The Simplest Way to Show Page Descriptions in SharePoint Search Results
  5. Why I don’t use OpenWeb()
  6. DUH: Defining a user field which you can select multiple people
  7. Visual Studio 2008 extensions for SharePoint (VSeWSS) 1.3 addresses all common SharePoint Developer requests
  8. SharePoint Data Zoom Web Part brings NVelocity, MVC to SharePoint
  9. Post Webcast Wrap Up: Simplified SharePoint Application Development
  10. Best Practices: Common Coding Issues When Using the SharePoint Object Model (Update)
  11. SharePoint 101: Full Width Rich Text Editor
  12. Supporting Actual Work and Remaining Work on SharePoint
  13. SharePoint like GridView menu
  14. Working with Structured Data in MOSS 2007 (Part1):Configuring Single Sign On Service and Database
  15. SharePoint: How to Hide Delete Site
  16. SharePoint: Site Title – Change the Font Size, Face or Hide It
  17. SharePoint: Locking a Completed Task
  18. Free Screen-cast Video Demonstrations and Training for SharePoint
  19. p&p Sharepoint guidance v2
  20. The Simplest Way to Show Page Descriptions in SharePoint Search Results

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Links (3/19/2009)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 19, 2009

  1. Introducing SPWeb.GetParentWeb()
  2. ***NOW AVAILABLE*** MSDN: Understanding Field Controls and Web Parts in SharePoint Server 2007 Publishing Sites
  3. Removing Role Definitions from a Role Assignment
  4. SharePoint stsadm Command History – awesome!!
  5. To Dispose or not to Dispose — that is the question
  6. Web Part Templating – A Better Designer Experience
  7. Inconvenient SPWeb.GetListItem (Exception from HRESULT: 0×80070001)
  8. Aging Calculated Fields in SharePoint
  9. Using Site Lookup Columns, across sites
  10. Links in Content Editor Web Part
  11. “12 Folder” From Here!
  12. Fixing the Enable Quick Launch menu setting in custom master pages
  13. Adventures with the “New Folder” Option in a Document Library
  14. Creating an Order Form for a Particular Inventory Item in the Inventory Tracking WSS Site Template
  15. Using the SPChangeQuery to detect Group Membership Changes
  16. Top Ten Things We Learned on a SharePoint WCM Project
  17. Grab 10 Free Slick Themes For SharePoint… For Free 🙂
  18. Installing VSeWSS 1.3
  19. Visual Studio 2008 Extensions for WSS 3.0 v1.3 March CTP
  20. Visual Studio 2008 extensions for SharePoint (VSeWSS) 1.3 addresses all common SharePoint Developer requests
  21. SharePoint Session State; The Guest That Just Won’t Leave
  22. Getting Started with Excel Services: Part 1
  23. Building a news workbench on MOSS 2007 – How Microsoft did it
  24. Simplifying SharePoint debugging by creating the troubleshooting toolbox
  25. ASP.NET MVC and SharePoint
  26. Content Query Web Part: querying by content type, grouping results by the parent list
  27. Content Query Web Part: getting a full dump of the raw XML
  28. MOSS / Sharepoint 2007 Custom Error Page and Access denied Page
  29. Get Current Page URL using XSL in CQWP
  30. Debugging Content Query Web Part
  31. Customizing master-detail lists with SharePoint Designer
  32. SharePoint: Solving the name.dll ActiveX problem – the easy way
  33. VSTS Rangers – SharePoint Server Custom Application Development: Document Workflow Management Project
  34. VSTS Rangers – Using Team Foundation Server to Develop Custom SharePoint Products and Technologies Applications
  35. Configuring Internet Explorer to Remember Your SharePoint Login Credentials

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Links (3/15/2009)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 15, 2009

  1. Code snippet: getting the values of a multi-value lookup field or People and Groups field
  2. SharePoint web.config Explained
  3. How to hide the Cancel button in a custom SharePoint application page
  4. Accessing SharePoint list data for Silverlight without web services using owssrv.dll and LINQ
  5. Deploy Publishing Pages and Content Types as a feature
  6. SharePoint Designer, Free as in Beer
  7. Silverlight Web Part in SharePoint
  8. SharePoint Navigation – treeview-like navigation
  9. SharePoint 101: Styling the Site Actions menu
  10. Using the jQuery JavaScript Library in SharePoint
  11. Using SharePoint Metadata in Word Documents – The Lookup Column Issue
  12. SharePoint Bug with MultiValue Fields
  13. InfoPath – Some Need-To-Know Information
  14. Free SharePoint Developer Training
  15. SharePoint Developer Series Part 1: Introducing VSeWSS 1.3
  16. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server – PerformancePoint Dashboard Designer
  17. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server – PerformancePoint Dashboards
  18. 3 Things That I Have Learned About SharePoint Design
  19. Part 2: Copy a SharePoint List Programmatically

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Links (3/12/2009)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 12, 2009

  1. Amending the web.config File to Support Silverlight Development on SharePoint
  2. Redirect in SharePoint using SPUtility.Redirect
  3. Custom SharePoint Applications Logging Framework
  4. How to work around bugs in the SPGridView control
  5. Uber Packages of February Cumulative Update are Ready
  6. Adventures with the “New Folder” Option in a Document Library
  7. Displaying your InfoPath Forms in a Web Part
  8. Calling SharePoint Lists Web Service Using WCF
  9. Adding Time to DateTime Fields in SharePoint Lists
  10. 5 Immutable Laws of SharePoint
  11. Passing ID through QueryString in SharePoint Lists
  12. Video: Information Rights Management Use With SharePoint And Office
  13. How do I tune the MOSS Object Cache for performance and economy?
  14. The Power of Sharing SharePoint Content on Facebook
  15. Working with Outlook Web Access Web Parts in SharePoint Server 2007
  16. Logging to the Workflow History List in SharePoint workflows
  17. Adding a content editor webpart to a site definition
  18. How to choose a CMS that doesn’t suck.
  19. Show a Page’s Contact and Picture on a Publishing Page
  20. CQWP: Show the first item in each group
  21. DownloadAsZip SharePoint Feature Part II
  22. Keep a blog post for internal members only
  23. Task Reminder Workflow
  24. Should I use InfoPath for my electronic forms?
  25. OBA Part 4 – Building an Excel Client against LOB Data
  26. Announcing the Accessibility Kit for SharePoint (AKS) v2.0
  27. The Folder-Less SharePoint Paradigm
  28. Styling SharePoint with Attribute Selectors and IE6
  29. HOW TO: Enhance SharePoint User Profiles With The Business Data Catalog
  30. Install Guide: February Cumulative Updates for SharePoint
  31. Commerce Server 2009 Quick Installation Steps for Developers
  32. Stop Blaming Technology and Own Up to Responsibility
  33. Groove – How to get it on and get access to SharePoint documents offline

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Simple SharePoint Survey Walkthrough

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 11, 2009

Below are the steps to create a simple SharePoint survey with branching.

  1. Open the site
  2. View all site content
  3. On the “All Site Content” page, click Create
  4. Under Tracking, click the Survey link
  5. Enter name and description. Fill in options to support your implementation. Click Next.
  6. Fill in the first question.
  7. Click Next Question for a new question, else click Finish to quit.
  8. Select Settings-Survey Settings from the toolbar.
  9. If necessary, under General Settings, click Advanced Settings, and make Item-level permission changes. Click OK to save. Click Settings in the breadcrumb to return.
  10. Click “Add a question” link to add additional questions.
  11. Click “Change the order of questions” to change the order.
  12. To set branching, click the question link. Under Branching Logic, set each the possible choices. Note: For branching, be sure to all choices for branching. For example, for a Y/N question, you need to set branching for both Y and N. In the case of “Do you like Kool-Aid?”, if the user selects Y, then branch to “Favorite Kool-Aid Flavor?”, else branch to “Do you like Beer?”.
  13. Example questions and branching:
  • Do you like Water? Y/N (Y and N branch to b)
  • Do you like Kool-Aid? Y/N (Y branch to c, N branches to d
  • Favorite Kool-Aid flavor? Grape, Cherry, Other (All branch to d)
  • Do you like Beer? Y/N (Y branch to e, N branch to f)
  • Favorite Beer flavor? List (All branch to f)
  • Do you like Lemonade? Y/N

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Links (3/8/2009)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 8, 2009

  1. Customizing Custom Web Part Menu in SharePoint
  2. Reattaching LookupList Property to a new List
  3. Programmatically Convert an InfoPath Form into a PDF
  4. SharePoint Configuration Values Best Practices
  5. Silverlight Blueprint for SharePoint – Webcasts
  6. Using JavaScript with SharePoint form fields
  7. Integrating Reporting Services 2008 with SharePoint
  8. Integrating a Custom ASP.NET Application into SharePoint (Part 3)
  9. Twitter Search WebPart
  10. SharePoint Saturday
  11. SPApplicationPool
  12. Using LINQ to XML to query SharePoint lists from WPF and Silverlight without web services
  13. Link the CQWP to another XSL File
  14. SharePoint: Highlight Past Due / Late Tasks in a Task List using JavaScript
  15. Select Multiple List Items in SharePoint Feature
  16. Using Resource Files (.resx) when developing SharePoint solutions
  17. Validating a PeopleEditor Control – Second Attempt
  18. Adding BDC Columns to a SharePoint List Programmatically – working version
  19. Excluding Various SharePoint Items from Search Results on Internet-Facing MOSS Sites
  20. SharePoint User Profiles, My Links and My SharePoint Sites without a personal My Site
  21. Automatic Thumbnail generation in SharePoint
  22. No results are returned when using properties “Created by” and “Last modified by” in SharePoint 2007 advanced search
  24. SharePoint: Annotated Minimal Master Page
  25. Binary Free SharePoint Twitter Search Web Part
  26. Update on jQuery and SharePoint 2007
  27. SharePoint Indexing Performance Tips
  28. My SharePoint developer toolkit
  29. The Accuracy of the SharePoint Search Results Counter
  30. Skype Status Field for SharePoint
  31. SharePoint Analyzer v1.3 Now Available!
  32. The Documents days are Numbered
  33. The days of documents are *not* numbered
  34. Finally Looked at RadEditor…
  35. MOSS AJAX AutoComplete People Search
  36. The SharePoint recycle bin entry that just won’t die
  37. Filtering SharePoint Fields
  38. Code Access Security in SharePoint for Administrators

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Links (3/4/2009)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 4, 2009

  1. SharePoint InstantListFilter
  2. The 5 biggest factors in successful SharePoint sites Planning for and ensuring high user adoption
  3. Add a ‘Create New Document’ link to a page
  4. Cumulative update packages for the 2007 Microsoft Office core suite applications and for 2007 Microsoft Office servers: February 24, 2009
  5. Survey pulling in URL Querystring Data with Hidden Fields(!!), Anonymous Access.
  6. Quick Tip: Getting MembershipProvider for SPWebApplication
  7. MembersipCreateStatus Switch/Case with Undefined Actions
  8. Custom Layout Pages, FieldName, and the Infrastructure Update
  9. Finalizing the Virtual Earth web part
  10. CAS in SharePoint
  11. Checking if a Timer Job is running before you delete it…
  12. Optimizing Data Access with Intelligent SharePoint Replication
  13. SharePoint 2007 – Log4net – User Controls – Smart Part
  14. SharePoint Calendar Hard Limit
  15. Dynamic log fileNames with log4net
  16. SharePoint: 10 Best Practices For Building SharePoint Solutions
  17. New VSTO 3.0 and Office 2007 Book Hot off the Presses
  18. Everything You Need to Know about BDC: Part 5 of 8
  19. SharePoint public facing web sites discovered in February
  20. Recreating a Column in SharePoint’s User List
  21. Download a File Using the SharePoint Copy Web Service
  22. Use SharePoint Tasks to Manage Meeting Actions
  23. Troubleshooting Web Part property load errors
  24. Copied folders are not indexed bug
  25. SharePoint Blogs
  26. Where to surfing Sharepoint Stories – An endless topic
  27. SharePoint unit testing
  28. Automating WSS v3/MOSS 2007 development environment setup: part XI – Install VSeWSS v1.3 CTP
  29. Automating WSS v3/MOSS 2007 development environment setup: part XII – Install Office Enterprise 2007
  30. Automating WSS v3/MOSS 2007 development environment setup: part XIII – Install SharePoint Designer 2007
  31. When clicked on SSP Search Settings link get an error “HTTP 403 Forbidden”
  32. Use case: Integrating lists from different sites
  33. How to Change the IIS Path for a SharePoint Web Application

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March 2009 Cincinnati SharePoint User Group Announcement

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 3, 2009

The March 2009 Cincinnati SharePoint User Group meeting will take place on 3/5 at 6:00 pm at MAX Technical Training in Mason. There are three sessions:

  1. Case study on advanced document management, Andy Layton, Cardinal Solutions Group
  2. In depth look at Custom Timer Jobs, Steve Pietrek, Cardinal Solutions Group
  3. SharePoint Customization with the Least Effort for the Biggest Bang! (tricks to color code lists and libraries!) Mike Smith, Max Training

This will be an exciting meeting. This will be my first presentation at the Cincinnati SharePoint User Group.

Hope to see you there.

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Links (3/1/2009)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on March 1, 2009

  1. Using query parameters in SharePoint page layouts
  2. Creating a revolution in SharePoint User Adoption. Which model works: Lenin, Trotsky or Stalin?
  3. Simple way to use LINQ with SharePoint ItemCollections
  4. Starting an incremental crawl in SharePoint programmatically
  5. Running execadmsvcjobs through code
  6. SharePoint security: an alternative way to manage workspace users
  7. How to Use JavaScript to access SharePoint Query String
  8. Using JavaScript to Manipulate a List Form Field
  9. Learn SharePoint Development with USP Journal – looks interesting.
  10. Versioning and Approval Scenarios in SharePoint 2007
  11. Display Video from document library in SharePoint Blogs using Jquery
  12. Everything You Need to Know about BDC: Part 1 of 8 | SharePoint Magazine
  13. Announcing the Facebook Kit for SharePoint!
  14. Installation Instructions, Facebook Kit for SharePoint
  15. Calculated Columns showing URLs
  16. Sample: Open PerformancePoint Planning Assignments from a SharePoint List
  17. Creating a custom Hello World web service in SharePoint
  18. The “Language” of Advanced Search (Part 1)
  19. The “Language” of Advanced Search (Part 2)
  20. Create your own list in SharePoint from a template
  21. Access SharePoint sites from iPhone
  22. Silverlight Blueprint for SharePoint – Webcasts
  23. Is it time to apply Feburary Cumulative Update?
  24. Chapter 3: Programming SharePoint Lists and Libraries (SharePoint 2007 and Office Development Expert Solutions)
  25. Make the RSS Feed Viewer Web Part Dynamic Using Filters and Web Part Connections

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