Video: Efficiently Filtering Contact Items in a Contact Folder in Outlook 2010

Watch this visual how-to video and learn to get and filter information for contact items in Outlook 2010 using the Table object and the GetTable method of the Folder object.

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Video: Efficiently Filtering Contact Items in a Contact Folder in Outlook 2010

Video: Adding SharePoint Project Items with Visual Studio 2010

Watch this visual how-to video and learn to quickly build business solutions using the SharePoint 2010 development tools in Visual Studio 2010.

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Video: Adding SharePoint Project Items with Visual Studio 2010

Linked Tables

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Linked Tables

In our previous blog post, we discussed how easy it is to use the Copy/Paste feature of the PowerPivot [aka Gemini] add-in to bring in data from virtually any external source that cannot otherwise be accessed by means of an ODBC, OLEDB or Managed .NET provider. In these scenarios, business users are free to copy new or updated data at any time, but the source of the data is not retained in the model itself, and so multiple copies may need to be manually performed over the model’s life span in order to reflect changes to the sources. Now consider the following business scenario: an analyst needs to produce a forecast of their company’s sales by product over the next year.