Monthly Archives: November 2009

SPTECHCON is Coming Up in February

There’s another SharePoint conference getting closer.  It’s the SharePoint Technology Conference!  I’ll be presenting the following sessions at this conference, and will be looking forward to seeing you there! Half Day Workshops W5-AM: SharePoint and Office 2007 Integration Me and Mark Miller Discover the best ways to tackle your daily work with Office 2007. Tips include how to use Search

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Missing People Results in SharePoint 2010 Beta

For those of you who have started playing with the SharePoint 2010 Beta, you may have noticed something wrong.  (Well, you may have noticed several things wrong, but I’m just referring to one of ‘em)  When you perform a people search, the peopleresults.aspx page is missing. Real quick, I wanted to share with you what I did to remedy this

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SharePoint Contextual Searching and Stemming

I’d like to share with you a fix that I’ve found for the fact that search term stemming is not available when doing contextual searches in SharePoint.  Jennifer Mason and I worked through this the other day, and the results are pretty interesting. Here’s my explanation of contextual searching: In SharePoint, when performing a search, you’ll notice that there’s a

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Jump Start on SharePoint 2010 – Online Training

Our company, SharePoint911, has posted the schedule for some SharePoint 2010 online training!  These are the classes that are coming up soon: Installing SharePoint 2010 Presenter: Todd Klindt Next offering: November 30, 2009, 2pm – 3:15pm EST Upgrading MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 Presenter: Shane Young Next offering: December 1, 2009, 2pm – 3:15pm EST What’s New for Branding in

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Using Content Types as Statuses

Today I’m going to show an interesting way that you can use SharePoint content types.  First, I’ll show you what the end result looks like, which will help explain the concept of using content types as statuses. This solution was originally created for SharePoint 2007, but can also be used the same way in SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint Online with

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