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The smart way to build applications with Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 — one step at a time!

Experience learning made easy — and quickly teach yourself how to create SharePoint 2010 applications and workflows with Microsoft® ...

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Overview

The smart way to build applications with Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 — one step at a time!

Experience learning made easy — and quickly teach yourself how to create SharePoint 2010 applications and workflows with Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010. With Step by Step, you set the pace — building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!

  • Design solutions to meet your business scenario — without code
  • Customize lists, libraries, and SharePoint site pages
  • Use Web Parts to display, edit, and modify list item data
  • Access data from a variety of external sources
  • Create workflows to automate business processes
  • Use master pages and CSS to control how sites work

Your Step by Step digital content includes:

  • All the books practice files — ready to download and put to work.
  • Fully searchable online edition of this book — with unlimited access on the Web.

The print version of this book includes free digital content online. To download, please visit O'Reilly's web site, search for the title of this book to find its catalog page, and click on the link below the cover image (Examples, Companion Content, or Practice Files). Note that while we provide as much of the media content as we are able via free download, we are sometimes limited by licensing restrictions. Please direct any questions or concerns to booktech@oreilly.com.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735627338
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 1/15/2011
  • Series: Step by Step Series
  • Pages: 592
  • Sales rank: 149,889
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Penelope Coventry, a Microsoft® MVP for SharePoint® Server, with more than 30 years of industry experience, focuses on the design, implementation, and development of solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. Penny has coauthored several books, including Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Administrator’s Companion and Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Step by Step.

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Table of Contents

; Acknowledgments; Is This the Right SharePoint Book for You?; Buy This Book; Do Not Buy This Book; Introduction; How to Access Your Online Edition Hosted by Safari; How to Download the Online Edition to Your Computer; Using the Practice Files; What’s on the Web?; Minimum System Requirements; Using the Practice Files for the Exercises; Uploading the Solution WSP File; Creating a Site from the Solution WSP File; Removing the Solution Files; Deleting a Practice Site; Getting Help; Getting Help with This Book; Getting Help with Microsoft SharePoint Designer; Features and Conventions of This Book; Getting Started with Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010; Chapter 1: Exploring SharePoint Designer 2010; 1.1 Understanding SharePoint Designer 2010; 1.2 Using SharePoint Designer to Carry Out Common Tasks; 1.3 Understanding What’s New in SharePoint Designer 2010; 1.4 Creating Sites with SharePoint Designer; 1.5 Exploring the SharePoint Designer Shell; 1.6 Using SharePoint Designer to Explore a Web Page; 1.7 Using Task Panes; 1.8 Controlling the Use of SharePoint Designer; 1.9 Key Points; Chapter 2: Working with SharePoint Sites; 2.1 Changing the Title, Description, and Theme of a Site; 2.2 Managing Site Users and Permissions; 2.3 Creating a Site Hierarchy; 2.4 Deleting a SharePoint Site; 2.5 Resetting a Site Template; 2.6 Exploring a SharePoint Site; 2.7 Navigating a Site’s Components; 2.8 Saving and Using a Site Template; 2.9 Key Points; Working with Information; Chapter 3: Working with Lists and Libraries; 3.1 Creating Lists and Libraries; 3.2 Creating an Issue Tracking List; 3.3 Importing Data into SharePoint; 3.4 Working with List Columns; 3.5 Using Calculated Columns; 3.6 Using Column Validation; 3.7 Creating an XSLT List View Web Part; 3.8 Customizing an XSLT List View Web Part; 3.9 Securing a List or a Library; 3.10 Adding Custom Actions; 3.11 Creating Server Ribbon Custom Actions; 3.12 Creating Site Columns; 3.13 Using Site Columns; 3.14 Creating Content Types; 3.15 Adding a Site Column to a Content Type; 3.16 Adding a Document Template to a Content Type; 3.17 Associating Content Types with Lists and Libraries; 3.18 Deleting SharePoint Objects; 3.19 Key Points; Chapter 4: Creating and Modifying Web Pages; 4.1 Inserting Text, ScreenTips, Hyperlinks, and Images; 4.2 Working with Web Parts; 4.3 Changing the Home Page for a Web Site; 4.4 Modifying a List View Page; 4.5 Creating List View Pages; 4.6 Creating and Modifying a List Form Page; 4.7 Creating an ASP.NET Page; 4.8 Inserting a Web Part Zone; 4.9 Attaching a Master Page; 4.10 Managing Web Pages; 4.11 Key Points; Chapter 5: Working with Data Views; 5.1 Creating a Data View; 5.2 Customizing Data Views; 5.3 Inline Editing; 5.4 Applying Conditional Formatting; 5.5 Showing and Hiding Content; 5.6 Using XSLT; 5.7 Using Formula Columns; 5.8 Working with XPath Expressions; 5.9 Deploying Web Parts; 5.10 Key Points; Chapter 6: Working with Data Sources; 6.1 Using Data Sources; 6.2 Working with XML Data; 6.3 Connecting to an RSS Feed XML File; 6.4 Connecting to an RSS Feed Server-Side Script; 6.5 Connecting to SOAP Services; 6.6 Connecting to REST Services; 6.7 Connecting to a Database; 6.8 Using Linked Sources; 6.9 Connecting Web Parts; 6.10 Key Points; Chapter 7: Using Business Connectivity Services; 7.1 What Is Business Connectivity Services?; 7.2 Creating Database External Data Sources; 7.3 Creating External Content Types; 7.4 Creating Office Application External Content Types; 7.5 Creating and Managing External Lists; 7.6 Working with Office Application External Content Types; 7.7 Exporting and Using the BDC Model; 7.8 Creating a Profile Page; 7.9 Using Associations; 7.10 Managing External Content Types; 7.11 Key Points; Using Workflow; Chapter 8: Understanding Workflows; 8.1 Working with Workflows; 8.2 Creating Workflows with SharePoint Designer; 8.3 Using Actions and Conditions; 8.4 Modifying a Workflow; 8.5 Deploying Workflows; 8.6 Creating a Multistep Workflow; 8.7 Creating a Site Workflow; 8.8 Using Visio to Map a Workflow; 8.9 Importing a Workflow from Visio; 8.10 Exporting a Workflow to a Visio Drawing; 8.11 Removing and Deleting Workflows; 8.12 Key Points; Chapter 9: Using Reusable Workflows and Workflow Forms; 9.1 Creating and Using Reusable Workflows; 9.2 Creating Association Columns; 9.3 Using Workflow Templates; 9.4 Reusing Globally Reusable Workflows; 9.5 Creating Globally Reusable Workflows; 9.6 Creating Initiation and Association Forms; 9.7 Retrieving Values from Initiation Forms; 9.8 Modifying an InfoPath Form; 9......9 Publishing an InfoPath Form; 9.10 Modifying Initiation Form Parameters; 9.11 Modifying an Association Form; 9.12 Adding Association Fields to Initiation Forms; 9.13 Modifying Task Forms; 9.14 Key Points; Advanced Customizations; Chapter 10: Branding SharePoint Sites; 10.1 Setting the CSS and Color Coding Page Editor Options; 10.2 Identifying Styles in Cascading Style Sheets; 10.3 Identifying Styles on Content Pages; 10.4 Creating and Attaching CSS Files; 10.5 Creating a Functioning HTML Page; 10.6 Creating Styles; 10.7 Modifying and Deleting Styles; 10.8 Using the Style Application Group Commands; 10.9 Understanding SharePoint’s CSS Inheritance; 10.10 Using IntelliSense to add CSS; 10.11 Using CSS Reports; 10.12 Key Points; Chapter 11: Working with Master Pages; 11.1 Understanding Master Pages; 11.2 Copying and Saving a Master Page; 11.3 Customizing a Master Page; 11.4 Changing the Default Master Page; 11.5 Managing Content Placeholders; 11.6 Creating a Web Page from a Master Page; 11.7 Exporting Master Pages; 11.8 Resetting a Master Page to the Site Definition; 11.9 Key Points; Chapter 12: Understanding Usability and Accessibility; 12.1 Implementing a User-Centered Design Methodology; 12.2 Establishing User and Compatibility Requirements; 12.3 Designing a Prototype; 12.4 Defining Accessible Branding; 12.5 Testing for Usability; 12.6 Understanding Accessibility Legislation and Testing; 12.7 Maintaining Legislation Compliance; 12.8 Key Points; Chapter 13: Managing Web Content in the SharePoint Server Environment; 13.1 Creating a Publishing Site; 13.2 Understanding Web Content Management in SharePoint Server 2010; 13.3 Understanding the Page Model; 13.4 Creating a Page Layout; 13.5 Modifying a Page Layout; 13.6 Allowing Users to Rate Web Content; 13.7 Approving a Page Layout; 13.8 Restoring an Earlier Version of a Page Layout; 13.9 Detaching and Reattaching a Page Layout; 13.10 Key Points; Chapter 14: Using Controls in Web Pages; 14.1 Working with the Ribbon and Tag Properties Task Pane; 14.2 Using a Standard ASP.NET Server Control; 14.3 Validating User Data Entry; 14.4 Using ASP.NET Validation Controls; 14.5 Using SharePoint Data View Controls; 14.6 Testing an ASP.NET Form; 14.7 Using SharePoint Server Controls; 14.8 Key Points; SharePoint Designer Workflow Conditions and Actions; Conditions; Core Actions; Document Set Actions; List Actions; Relational Actions; Task Actions; Task Behavior Actions; Utility Actions; Creating a New Approval Process; Administrative Tasks Using SharePoint 2010; Installing SharePoint Foundation 2010; Creating a Site Collection; Enabling All Site Templates on a SharePoint Server Site; Restricting the Use of SharePoint Designer 2010 at the Web-Application Level; Configuring Permissions on External Content Types; Configuring the External Content Type Profile Page Host; Enabling or Disabling User-Defined Workflows; Glossary; About the Author;

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  • Posted March 11, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    It was such a nice experience of having a copy of "Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010: Step by Step", I really enjoyed reading it, usually it was hard to follow the example on the book step by step, but after I logon to the Safari and read the book on-line and opened the SharePoint Designer on my dual monitor next to each other it was amazing and I learned things so much faster than I used to. I just felt there is no need to have training in the classes as long as I have one of your "Step by Step ." books handy.
    Also at the end of each chapter I found the "Key Points" were very helpful, after I finished reading each chapter I didn't have to search things that were not very clear to me, and "Key Points" section was able to help very review and remember all details.
    After this first "Step by Step" I had ever had I will check out all other series to catch up the new tech and improve my technical skill from now on and thank you very much.

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