SharePoint 2010 at Work: Tricks, Traps, and Bold Opinions

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If you work with SharePoint, you may have discovered that there are countless tricks for using this platform to solve real-world problems—and you certainly wouldn’t mind learning some of them. That’s the purpose behind EndUserSharePoint, a community site that lets end users share ingenious new ways for putting SharePoint to work.

This insightful and entertaining book presents a compilation of popular, well-written articles from the site, published by contributors for people who ...

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Overview

If you work with SharePoint, you may have discovered that there are countless tricks for using this platform to solve real-world problems—and you certainly wouldn’t mind learning some of them. That’s the purpose behind EndUserSharePoint, a community site that lets end users share ingenious new ways for putting SharePoint to work.

This insightful and entertaining book presents a compilation of popular, well-written articles from the site, published by contributors for people who use SharePoint at their companies but don’t have access to its technical server side. Each engaging story puts you into the narrative as a participant, rather than a passive observer, so you can easily visualize the situation and share the “aha!” solution with the author. Learn some tricks, gain some insight—and have fun doing it.

These articles will help you:

  • Build a documented framework for evaluating whether your company is getting the most value from SharePoint
  • Create documentation and script management with OneNote and a SharePoint library
  • Use the Data View Web Part to create hyperlinks from existing SharePoint data
  • Implement data visualization in SharePoint without access to the server
  • Creating document libraries with mixed content sources in any SharePoint version
  • Pull information from disparate site collections into a single navigation system

Contributors include:

Sadalit Van Buren

Kerri Abraham

Jim Bob Howard

Marc D. Anderson

Laura Rogers

Waldek Mastykarz

Alexander Bautz

Dessie Lunsford

Eric Alexander

Peter Allen

"What a fantastic resource. No other book in the SharePoint community hits this ‘power user’ or 'end user' audience like this book does. There are powerful examples in here that will really solve business problems and set the reader on the right track."

—Joel Oleson, Global SharePoint Evangelist, and one of the first SharePoint architects

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449321000
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/24/2012
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 268
  • Sales rank: 1,476,999
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Mark Miller is Founder and Editor of EndUserSharePoint.com. Founding member of NothingbutSharePoint.com He is currently Director of Global Strategy and Senior Storyteller at Fpweb.net. His main expertise is in developing and building live online communities built around specific market verticals. He also speaks extensively on the SharePoint circuit.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: The SharePoint Maturity Model
  • Chapter 2: Empower the Power User
  • Chapter 3: jQuery to the Rescue
  • Chapter 4: Unlocking the Mysteries of the SharePoint Data View Web Part XSL Tags
  • Chapter 5: Hyperlinks in the Data View Web Part
  • Chapter 6: Building a Quote of the Day Web Part in SharePoint 2010
  • Chapter 7: SPJS Charts for SharePoint
  • Chapter 8: Taming the Elusive Calculated Column—Logic Functions
  • Chapter 9: Creating Document Libraries with Mixed Content Sources
  • Chapter 10: SharePoint 2010 Tab Page
  • Chapter 11: A Global Navigation Solution Across Site Collections
  • Colophon

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