For a small SharePoint 2010 proof of concept a couple of guys at work have been working on they had requirements to do a small branding exercise. Nothing major, just colour changes and some nice background images in the banner area.
As per usual, with tight deadlines and conflicting demands from client, sales, company dog . . . → Read More: Themes in SharePoint 2010 v SharePoint 2007
Unlike Word, PowerPoint and OneNote 2010 it’s not possible to have multiple authors working on a document at the same time in Microsoft Excel 2010. However, if you have access to the Office Web Applications – where it is possible to edit Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents via a browser – there is an alternative . . . → Read More: No Co-Authoring in Excel 2010 but…
Last week the SharePoint Team Blog had an article on planning for upgrade to SharePoint 2010. Whilst there’s nothing surprising in the article, there are some useful links to download latest service packs. The key point is that in order to run an upgrade then you must be running WSS 3.0 SP2 or MOSS 2007 . . . → Read More: Planning for Upgrade to SP2010
As with my earlier post CQWP #1: Aggregating items from the last 7 days, it is sometimes a requirement to configure the Content Query Web Part beyond that which is possible through the UI and the browser. One such example of this is configuring the CQWP to aggregate items from different content types.
The recommended . . . → Read More: CQWP #2: Aggregating items with multiple content types