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SharePoint Saturday Tampa Slides

I’ve uploaded the slides from my presentation at SharePoint Saturday Tampa to Slide Share for anyone interested. Feel free to learn more about leveraging the ribbon API and dialog framework. If you have any questions or comments feel free to shoot me a message via the contact form. I’m currently working on cleaning up the code that I demo’d during the presentation and will be releasing it in a series of blog posts about the subject. If you would like a copy in the mean time shoot me an email and I’ll be happy to send it to you.

SharePoint Saturday in Tampa

I’ll be speaking in a few days now at the SharePoint Saturday event down in Tampa. I’ll be giving a pretty technical discussion about the Ribbon API and dialog framework. Afterwards I’ll be posting the source code and slides here on my blog so be sure to check back.

The event is in Tampa, FL on Saturday June 26th. Check out the other speakers and event details at the SharePoint Saturday website . If you aren’t familiar with SharePoint Saturday then spend a little time on the site and get involved in the SharePoint community… it’s a great one!

Looking forward to meeting lots of great people! See you there!

Configuring Office 2010 Ribbon for the SharePoint Information Worker

Office 2010 includes a new capability that gives users the power to create new or customize existing ribbon tabs and groups. Office 2007 included the ability to customize the quick access toolbar which we will also customize in this article so if you’re still stuck with Office 2007 for the next few months then you won’t be left out. Let’s take a look.

My custom tab ended up looking like the following

Let’s break it down group by group… Continue reading →