SharePoint 2010 Accessibility

SharePoint 2010’s Accessibility feature provides templates, master pages, controls and Web parts along with technical documentation to advance MOSS accessibility for people with disabilities. SharePoint 2010 accessibility provides built-in support for keyboard navigation and support for industry-wide accessibility standards. Accessibility is an important part of any collaboration or web content management system. For SharePoint this […]

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SharePoint 2010 Web Parts

SharePoint 2010 Out-of-the-box Web parts add functionality anywhere in a site with point-and-click simplicity. There are around 40 out-of-the-box Web Parts available. Find some Out-of-the-box Web parts below: Lists and Libraries – These are similar to the same Web Parts offered in MOSS 2007. – Announcements – Calendar – Contacts – Links – Shared Documents […]

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SharePoint 2010 Connect-to-Office

In SharePoint 2010, you can be connected to Microsoft Office Clients. How? Using SharePoint 2010’s Connect-to-office feature by letting Microsoft Office applications know which SharePoint libraries you frequently use. When you connect a library to Office, the library is available in the Office Back Stage for opening and saving files. When you want to create […]

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