Monthly Archives: September 2005

Dreamweaver 8 and Web Standards

I noticed this article come through my blogs. If you’re reading this article, you probably already have an interest in the subject of “Web standards,” and are curious about the application of standards in a site that’s built with Dreamweaver. … Continue reading

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Interested in SharePoint v3 Screenshots?

How is your spanish? I just noticed this on Stramits blog … You can take a look at a few larger version (than the chan9) screens here.

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All Themed Up Again

Thanks to Shane for fixing up the Xbox 360 Skin on my weblog. I managed to destroy it a couple of weeks ago when performing minor maintenance on my blog. It’s so awesome to have a man that can make … Continue reading

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WSS SP2 Released

The much awaited release of WSS SP2 has arrived. Skip everything and go directly to the WSS SP2 Download Page. Bil Simser as always has some great information up on his site about it, details below or you can visit … Continue reading

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FrontPage (o12) and Ghosting

A little late linking to this, I’ve been busy .. Fitz has added some insight on the ghosting horrors of Frontpage and more importantly how they have been addressed. From Mikes Blog This is one item I’ve been holding back … Continue reading

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New OneNote Features for Office 12

It looks like somehow the OneNote team got a hold of my wishlist for the next version. Chris Pratley gives us a peak at what is coming. Table support is a big win for me. The lack of tables tended … Continue reading

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Compiled Help and Shared Folders

One small part in the ongoing development of our SharePoint Web Parts is documentation to go along with them to ease the pains of installation and usage. One format we’re shipping our help files in is compiled help (.CHM). When … Continue reading

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Microsoft Reorg …

Skip this and read the article Microsoft on Tuesday announced a sweeping reorganization of the company into three new divisions, a shift that will lead to the retirement of longtime Windows development chief Jim Allchin. The plan calls for a … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 7 and InfoPath

There are definately some issues with existing InfoPath forms, I had some problems with InfoPath forms that I use on a regular basis not being able to open (Throwing cannot create DataObject errors). Unfortunately it was enough for me that … Continue reading

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SharePoint Messenger Contacts

* Update* I have decided to wait a few days before actually letting this list stay live, I want to give everyone an opportunity to have their names removed should they not want them in the public listing. I have … Continue reading

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