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  • SharePoint Services 3.0: View Entries

    I am using Sharepoint Services 3.0 with SP1. I am using the default template for a Task List. I want the content of my notes column or description column to appear in the view rather than just simply showing "View Entries..." and making you click to see the details. Does anyone know how I can get...

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  • SharePoint – New Announcement Alert Posted on a Different Page

    On our current company internal Web site, we have an announcement list on almost every section of the site. What I want to be able to do is have a "New Announcement Alert" on the home page (the only example I can think of is Facebook status updates). When a new announcement is posted on say the...

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  • Windows Sharepoint Services 2.0 installation

    Hello I have just gone through the installation of Windows Sharepoint Services 2.0 through the configure your server wizard on Windows Server 2003 R2. The wizard said that the installation finished successfully. However the default sharepoint page does not appear on the browser, and sharepoint does...

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  • Server error in ‘/’ Application

    hi; when I added webpart to web config of sharepoint administrator central and opened the site of sharepoint central administrator the error display : Runtime Error Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details...

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  • Hosting multiple websites on IIS 6

    I already have sharepoint services running in the default web site in IIS. How do I create another website to run without interfering with the sharepointsite?

    Hsbones5 pointsBadges:
  • How to save data in SharePoint Services

    Hi My company is just getting into SharePoint Services and I been asked to quote on a specific task, which I haven't had any luck finding any articles about. What I need to achieve is how to create a form which users fill out, the details are saved to the SharePoint database and then an email is...

    Barnettbayo15 pointsBadges:
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