Professional Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007

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With Professional Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007, you can master all aspects of using Share Point Designer in an Enterprise environment to enhance Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. Review key integration points, how to use CSS editing tools to create and modify SharePoint themes, how to supplement SharePoint Designer functionality by using Microsoft Visual Studio, and how to create a rich interactive experience. If you need to connect SharePoint with other enterprise resources or create ...

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Overview

With Professional Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007, you can master all aspects of using Share Point Designer in an Enterprise environment to enhance Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. Review key integration points, how to use CSS editing tools to create and modify SharePoint themes, how to supplement SharePoint Designer functionality by using Microsoft Visual Studio, and how to create a rich interactive experience. If you need to connect SharePoint with other enterprise resources or create components to integrate into the SharePoint framework, this book will show you how to accomplish these tasks.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470287613
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/31/2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 552
  • Sales rank: 1,403,149
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Woodrow (Woody) Windischman is a technology trainer and consultant with more than 20 years’ experience in a variety of roles, allowing him to see problems holistically and come up with appropriate solutions. His SharePoint experience started even before SharePoint became a product, with predecessors such as Site Server, the Digital Dashboard Resource Kit, and the earliest versions of Microsoft FrontPage. Since then Woody ’ s been deeply involved in the SharePoint community — first having been awarded Microsoft SharePoint MVP from October 2005 through September 2007, and then working directly for the SharePoint product team. He ’ s active in several online SharePoint communities, including the TechNet forums.

Bryan Phillips is a software architect and senior partner with Composable Systems, LLC, specializing in service - oriented business solutions using the latest Microsoft technology. Bryan has worked professionally with Microsoft development technology since 1997 and holds the Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD), Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA), and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certifications. Bryan contributes regularly to the Microsoft development community by speaking on topics such as Smart Client, ASP.NET, SharePoint, SQL Server, and Mobile development; presenting DevCares courses; and blogging on topics of interest to developers. Bryan is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Client Application Development.

Asif Rehmani has been a Trainer and a Consultant working out of the Chicago office of SharePoint Solutions ( http://sharepointsolutions.com/chicago ) since early 2005. He is a SharePoint Server MVP and MCT.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I: The Basics.

Chapter 1: Exploring SharePoint Designer.

Chapter 2: SharePoint from the User’s Perspective.

Chapter 3: SharePoint from the Administrator’s Perspective.

Chapter 4: SharePoint from a SharePoint Designer’s Perspective.

Part II: Customizing the SharePoint Look and Feel.

Chapter 5: The Anatomy of a SharePoint Page.

Chapter 6: Using SharePoint Designer’s CSS Editing Tools.

Chapter 7: The Anatomy of a Theme.

Chapter 8: Master Pages and Layouts.

Part III: Applications without Programming.

Chapter 9: Building Your Own Workflows.

Chapter 10: Working with SharePoint Data.

Chapter 11: Advanced Data Access: External Data and More.

Chapter 12: Working with Forms.

Part IV: Programming on the Client Side.

Chapter 13: The Content Editor Web Part.

Chapter 14: The SharePoint Client-Side Object Model.

Part V: Beyond SharePoint Designer.

Chapter 15: Creating Workflow Elements in Visual Studio.

Chapter 16: Creating Custom Web Parts.

Chapter 17: Creating SharePoint Designer Add-ins.

Chapter 18: A Little Administration.

Appendix A: A Brief History of SharePoint and SharePoint Designer.

Index.

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