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Microsoft SharePoint

Building Office 2007 Solutions in VB 2005

  • Authors
  • A revision to our clearly successful previous edition, timed with the Office/SP 2007 wave

  • Scot is at the forefront of SharePoint technology and is a recognized authority

  • Builds real business solutions, not just theoretical proofs of concept


About this book


Microsoft SharePoint: Building Office 2007 Solutions in VB 2005 is the third edition of Scot Hillier's market-leading SharePoint book. The new version includes extensive updates from the previous editions, with a complete focus on SharePoint 2007 and its integration with the 2007 Microsoft Office System. This edition also features new approaches for using SharePoint to improve business efficiency, plus new workflow solutions for SharePoint and BizTalk, as well as a brand new chapter on building a SharePoint solution from start to finish.

With this book, you'll gain intermediate-level guidance to design and deploy business solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint 2007 technologies. And Hillier carefully defines the business cases and scenarios for these new technologies. He reviews the installation, configuration, and administration of business solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint technologies, and provides programming instruction, guidance, and examples for custom web parts and solutions.


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About the authors

Scot P. Hillier is an independent consultant focused on SharePoint, Microsoft Office, and .NET technologies. Scot has authored eight books on Microsoft technologies over the last 10 years, as well as numerous articles appearing in magazines and online. In addition to writing, Scot often presents nationally to analysts, decision makers, and developers. Scot is a former U.S. Navy submarine officer and graduate of the Virginia Military Institute. When not working, Scot can be found at home with his family, playing games and taking walks. Scot can be reached at, and more information about his books is available at

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