Tag Archives: Office Integration

Simple Browser Settings for “Single Sign On”

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This is a topic that I’m being asked about more and more frequently, so that’s a great reason to write a post!  There are issues that crop up, multiple annoying authentication prompts, and even issues and errors with MS Office (and InfoPath) integration with SharePoint.  The best part about this browser setting, is that it gets rid of your authentication

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Word and SharePoint Integration Tidbits

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Today when I tweeted about the ability in Word to visually compare multiple versions of a document, I was surprised at the number of people who weren’t aware of this feature.  So, this post is a quick step-by-step on a couple of cool things you can do with SharePoint and Microsoft Word integration. Compare versions Built in site columns related

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Trying Out Visio Services in SharePoint

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Task lists in SharePoint 2010 have a button on the List tab in the ribbon’s Connect & Export section, called Create Visio Diagram.  Thought I’d try this out, and see what I could mock up using this, so I created several tasks in a list, and clicked the button.  It’s the one on the right of “Sync to SharePoint Workspace”,

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