Monthly Archives: May 2009

ALL web parts: MOSS 2007 & WSS 3

When I was putting together the presentation that I do, called “Making the most of the out-of-box Web Parts”, I created a comprehensive list of all web parts.  I wrote the chapter about web parts in Bill English’s MOSS Administrator’s Companion, so I already had the list, but I went through it again and added information about where each web

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Data View Web Part, The Basics – Keep it Clean

This was an article that I wrote on endusersharepoint.com Data View Web Part, The Basics – Keep it Clean Original Publication Date: Monday, May 18, 2009 SharePoint User Level: Power User This is pretty easy, and is applicable in most scenarios when using the data view web part. Basically, you create a blank web part page on your site, open

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Data View Web Part – Add a Hyperlink

This is an article and video that I did on Endusersharepoint.com Data View Web Part, The Basics – Add a Hyperlink (Article) Original Publication Date: Thursday, May 14, 2009 SharePoint User Level: Power User When a Data View Web Part is added to a page in SharePoint Designer, it is sometimes useful to include links to the content of the list.

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Data view web part basics – Folders!

I wrote an article, and did a video. Data View Web Part, The Basics – Folders (Article) Original Publication Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2009 SharePoint User Level: Power User When creating data view web parts in SharePoint Designer, and dealing with libraries or lists that contain folders, the Item and Folder Scope setting becomes pretty important. In SharePoint views, it’s

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List View Styles

When creating a new view on a SharePoint list or library, there’s this little section towards the bottom of the view settings, called Style, that looks like this: To see what each style looks like, you could easily modify your view, changing it to each style, one at a time.  I’ve discovered something in SharePoint Designer allows for a PREVIEW

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