Archive for June, 2011
SharePoint allows you to publish SharePoint links so that they appear in Office ‘Save As’ dialog boxes. This is useful if you want to encourage users to save Word, Excel and other Office documents directly into SharePoint rather than the file system as this dialog is shown the first time you save a new file. It allows you to create targeted shortcuts so relevant document libraries and sites are easily accessible when saving Office documents.
In SharePoint 2010 these published links are managed under the user profile service application in a page called ‘Published links to Office client applications’.
I’ve had a couple of requests to extend the people directory I covered in a previous article on How to: Create a Simple SharePoint 2010 People Directory. One request was to show how to display the results in a table based layout. Displaying a basic table like the one shown below is really straightforward and simply involves some modifications to the XSL property of the search results web part.