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Integration: SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013

The next stage of development in SharePoint Server 2013 Essential Training is Integration: SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013. This section covers Outlook 2013 and SharePoint, OneNote 2013 and SharePoint, Excel 2013 and SharePoint, Word 2013 and SharePoint, PowerPoint 2013 and SharePoint, InfoPath 2013 and SharePoint, Access 2013 and SharePoint and Visio 2013 and SharePoint.

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Outlook, Helping Us Get Less Done Since 2007

I was on the phone with a coworker this week. I had a follow up question concerning an email I had just sent him. When I asked if he’d read the email, he told me to hold on while he walked back to his computer. 537 more words

My Attempt At Humor

Create a folder hierarchy in an Outlook PST file

Lately I have been busy creating archive mailboxes and importing PST data to the archive mailboxes (which will be the subject of a future post). 997 more words


Line-height in HTML emails

As a typography junkie (“typophile,” someone claims I’ve said about myself) something that has irked me is Outlook’s lack of support for line-height, which applies leading in HTML email typography. 142 more words


Pessimistically Optimistic

I was reading a blog yesterday (as I find myself doing more and more) about writing and inspiration. The blog was written by Timothy Pike, who focuses on the motivating events, activities or forces that drive people to write. 521 more words


Microsoft is reportedly developing an iPhone chat app called Flow

Microsoft is reportedly developing a new smartphone chat app, set to debut on iPhone, that works as an accompaniment for its Outlook inbox app. According to details discovered on a publicly accessible site, the new app — called Flow — is designed to offer “fast, fluid, natural conversations,” with “no subject lines, salutations, or signatures,” and will apparently allow for quick communication with email contacts outside of your regular email inbox. 182 more words

Social Good

Sometimes you have to explain why

Some times you really need to explain why things are the way they are. As a parent you are going to impart your point of view to your kid on just about every thing. 290 more words