Customise a SharePoint List Form

There’s no point reinventing the wheel. Rather than sitting down myself to create a demo of this wonderful new feature you can get by combining SharePoint 2010 and InfoPath 2010, I thought I’d link you to this video put together by the InfoPath 2010 team.  http://blogs.msdn.com/infopath/archive/2009/12/17/customize-a-sharepoint-list-form-using-infopath-2010.aspx They plan to make a whole series of these…

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Win an XBox 360!

The InfoPath Team are holding a competition. If you are building a solution using InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint 2010, make a short video about your solution (no more than 6 minutes) and you could win an Xbox 360. There are a couple of points about eligibility. You have to be a resident of the US…

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SharePoint Conference Content Available

The SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas this year was a sell. There was a lot of demand for places and, since the event, there’s been a lot of demand for the materials. So Microsoft is making them available.  If you were unable to attend the conference, you can purchase access to the website which contains…

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InfoPath and Excel Services

Given that I spent a ridiculously long time trying to get an InfoPath form to interact with a spreadsheet published through Excel Services, I thought this was a suitable subject for a blog post. If I stop someone else feeling like they want to beat themselves to death with their own keyboard, I will consider…

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