SharePoint 2007 style view selector for SharePoint 2010
This article is the third in the series trying to demystify all that SharePoint Designer 2010 has to offer
This article will dig into working with specifically the settings and customizations you can make at the SharePoint site level using SPD
Another difference in 2010 is the Quick Launch will be visible on all pages inside of the site, even if inside of Site Settings. This was not the case on 2007.
Marcy sent back an extended response, which I think might be useful for those deciding when and where to start messing with basic, location based interfaces. The discussion is about the ribbon in 2010, but it could be about moving or altering any major interface piece.
SharePoint 2010 will bring significant changes that will likely be both empowering and disruptive for law firm users and technical staff.
In SharePoint 2010 the now named Business Connectivity Services comes with two tools for two different calibres of user; SharePoint Designer 2010 for Power Users, and Visual Studio 2010 Professional BCS Tooling for Developers.
In Part 1 of this article I tried to solve the problem for SharePoint 2007 with Workflows, but never found the time to complete it and create custom workflow activities for SharePoint Designer. In 2010, SharePoint Designer comes to the rescue, as it has similar workflow activities OOTB!
Last week I stumbled upon some pretty neat functionality of the out-of-the-box List View Web Part in SharePoint 2010: the AJAX Options.
At the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009, I had the distinct pleasure to present the Introduction to SharePoint Designer 2010 session. The early estimates are that over 1000 people attended that session. I personally had a real good time talking about SharePoint Designer since, aside from the facts that it’s my favorite tool to customize SharePoint and that I co-authored the book on SharePoint Designer 2007, so many enhancements have been made to this product that I didn’t have to use the “maybe this feature will be included in the next version” answer even once in the session Q&A! Awesome!