Looking for PowerPivot information?

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Looking for PowerPivot information?

It’s been just about a couple of months since PowerPivot was available for customers, and the customer feedback has surpassed our already high expectations! In case you’re just starting out, you can review the PowerPivot overview article .  If you’re like some of us that usually learn best by reading a book, your options are growing: The recently released “ Professional Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint ” is worth checking out. Written by a folks from the SQL Server team, this book gives a good overview of PowerPivot for Excel and PowerPivot for SharePoint.

Visual Studio 2010 Keyboard Shortcuts

Earlier this week the Visual Studio team released updated VS 2010 Keyboard Shortcut Posters .  These posters are print-ready documents (that now support standard paper sizes), and provide nice “cheat sheet” tables that can help you quickly lookup (and eventually memorize) common keystroke commands within Visual Studio. This week’s updated posters incorporate a number of improvements: Letter-sized (8.5”x11”) print ready versions are now available A4-sized (210x297mm) print ready versions are now available The goofy people pictures on them are gone (thank goodness) The posters are in PDF format – enabling you to easily download and print them using whichever paper size is in your printer. Download the Posters You can download the VS 2010 Keybinding posters in PDF format here .

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The Access Show: Developing Access 2010 Hybrid Apps with Dick Moffat

Dick Moffat is a professional Access developer who has been using Access 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 to build databases that run on Windows but live in SharePoint. We have a chat about how you can leverage your existing Access skills and bring your current databases into SharePoint to make sharing databases and working with users in remote locations fast & easy. If you are building something cool with Access/Access Services we would love to feature you on The Access Show

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Developing a provider for the Outlook Social Connector version 1.1

Following the release of the Outlook Social Connector (OSC) version 1.1 and the availability of new and updated providers , we have released a set of updated and expanded content for developers. The Outlook Social Connector 1.1 Provider Reference incorporates content from OSC 1.0 with new additions for OSC 1.1. If you’re developing a provider for the OSC, here is a quick guide to the new provider reference on MSDN: Getting Started with Developing an Outlook Social Connector Provider helps you understand why and how to develop a provider.

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Developing a provider for the Outlook Social Connector version 1.1

Following the release of the Outlook Social Connector (OSC) version 1.1 and the availability of new and updated providers , we have released a set of updated and expanded content for developers. The Outlook Social Connector 1.1 Provider Reference incorporates content from OSC 1.0 with new additions for OSC 1.1.

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Setting up a Local Mail Server for a SharePoint Virtual Machine on Server 2008

The only way to do software development for SharePoint is really a Virtual Machine.

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How do I programmatically find the deployed files for a VSTO Add-In?

You can use ClickOnce deployment to install Office Add-ins for Office 2007 and Office 2010. It is very similar to deploying a desktop application, but not identical

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