Watch a short video that shows how to use the SharePoint 2010 managed client object model to read and write data in SharePoint sites from Silverlight applications.
Learn to create SharePoint 2010 Web Parts that query multiple lists by using LINQ.
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Video: Access Multiple SharePoint 2010 Lists by Using LINQ
Today’s guest blogger is Luke Chung, President and Founder of FMS, Inc. Luke has written and presented a wide range of topics related to Access over the years. In addition to their many Access related products, FMS offers a wealth of great Access papers , tips , and video on their site
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Power Tip: Create an AutoNumber field that starts with a number greater than 1
One of our goals with Access 2010 was to make it easier to reuse your database design work. In the Access 2007 Developer Extensions, we allow you to save a database as a template, making it available for others to use either as a starting point or a ready-to-use application.
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Access 2010: Application Parts and Data Type Parts
Meanwhile, also earlier this year, ComponentOne, announced the Community Technology Preview (CTP) release of three Web Parts for Microsoft Office SharePoint … See all stories on this topic
One of the more common scenarios related to a Wordprocessing document is the need to sanitize a document in order to remove personally identifiable information. What do I mean by personally identifiable information? Well, I am talking about, among other things, comments, revisions, personal information such as author name, and hidden text