The smart way to build applications with Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 -- one step at a time!
Experience learning made easy -- and quickly teach yourself how to create SharePoint 2010 applications and workflows with Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010. With Step by Step, you set the pace -- building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!
Design solutions to meet your business scenario -- without code
Customize lists, libraries, and SharePoint site pages
Use Web Parts to display, edit, and modify list item data
Access data from a variety of external sources
Create workflows to automate business processes
Use master pages and CSS to control how sites work
Your Step by Step digital content includes:
All the books practice files -- ready to download and put to work.
Fully searchable online edition of this book -- with unlimited access on the Web.
The print version of this book includes free digital content online. To download, please visit O'Reilly's web site, search for the title of this book to find its catalog page, and click on the link below the cover image (Examples, Companion Content, or Practice Files). Note that while we provide as much of the media content as we are able via free download, we are sometimes limited by licensing restrictions. Please direct any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting Started with Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010
Chapter 1 Exploring SharePoint Designer 2010
Understanding SharePoint Designer 2010
Using SharePoint Designer to Carry Out Common Tasks
Understanding What’s New in SharePoint Designer 2010
Creating Sites with SharePoint Designer
Exploring the SharePoint Designer Shell
Using SharePoint Designer to Explore a Web Page
Using Task Panes
Controlling the Use of SharePoint Designer
Chapter 2 Working with SharePoint Sites
Changing the Title, Description, and Theme of a Site
Managing Site Users and Permissions
Creating a Site Hierarchy
Deleting a SharePoint Site
Resetting a Site Template
Exploring a SharePoint Site
Navigating a Site’s Components
Saving and Using a Site Template
Working with Information
Chapter 3 Working with Lists and Libraries
Creating Lists and Libraries
Creating an Issue Tracking List
Importing Data into SharePoint
Working with List Columns
Using Calculated Columns
Using Column Validation
Creating an XSLT List View Web Part
Customizing an XSLT List View Web Part
Securing a List or a Library
Adding Custom Actions
Creating Server Ribbon Custom Actions
Creating Site Columns
Using Site Columns
Creating Content Types
Adding a Site Column to a Content Type
Adding a Document Template to a Content Type
Associating Content Types with Lists and Libraries
Deleting SharePoint Objects
Chapter 4 Creating and Modifying Web Pages
Inserting Text, ScreenTips, Hyperlinks, and Images
Penelope Coventry, a Microsoft® MVP for SharePoint® Server, with more than 30 years of industry experience, focuses on the design, implementation, and development of solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. Penny has coauthored several books, including Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Administrator’s Companion and Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Step by Step.
Comments about Microsoft Press Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Step by Step:
Step by Step, Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 by Penelope Coventry is truly step by step. It takes you through each process from start to finish using clear and detailed instructions. The sample files were really useful and easy to import. The screen shots that are inserted thought the steps gave an excellent visual reference point for the steps that you were performing. The books detailed step by step instructions will make for an excellent reference point on those occasions that you just can't remember how to perform a task. The chapters of the book are broken up in a way that they flow from one chapter to the next. For each task that you are learning and at the beginning of the chapters a detailed explanation of the task/content is given in terms that anyone can understand. The authors approach on having the user go through the exercises to learn the steps was a good way to reinforce the content of the book. I would recommend this book for anyone that is using SharePoint Designer.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend