AC and I will be teaching our classes adjacent to each other in Redmond, WA on Jan 31 to Feb 4. AC is a master in SharePoint development and recognized worldwide for his expertise and willingness to share his knowledge in all sorts of ways. My focus has been on SharePoint Designer for many years and I’ll be teaching the class that I wrote and have been teaching with Critical Path Training for almost a year now. You are free to mix and match and attend the portions of the classes that are most beneficial to you. Check out more information about this combined package.
Top 6 reasons for taking advantage of this training package:
- If you want to learn SharePoint development, AC is The Man to teach you!
- The SharePoint Designer 2010 class that I wrote and teach was the first ever SPD 2010 class in the world and is full of lots of examples of what you can do with that product.
- Students will receive a copy of Real World SharePoint 2010 book which AC and I both have contributed to.
- Students will receive a copy of SharePoint Designer 2010 book that I co-authored.
- You will receive the materials for both classes when you take advantage of this offer.
- You will have the opportunity to sit into both classes for the topics important to You!
Hope to see you there!
Being able to create reusable workflows is a major component of SharePoint Designer 2010. In this presentation, you will see how you can create a reusable workflow and attach it to a content type and then use that content type in multiple libraries.
Create Reusable Workflows using SPD 2010 and attach to Content Types
* This video will be available for free until Dec 3rd, 2010. It will then be returned to the Subscribers only video collection.
If you liked our Workflow videos, buy the SharePoint Designer 2010 Workflows Video Package which contains all of our SharePoint Designer 2010 workflow videos:
- Creating a Workflow on a List using SharePoint Designer 2010
- Create reusable workflows using SharePoint Designer 2010 and attach to Content Types
- Create a Site Workflow and modify its form using InfoPath
- An end to end process using InfoPath 2010 for forms and Visio 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010 for Workflows
- Create Workflows in Visio then transfer to SharePoint Designer
- Visualize a running workflow with Visio Services
- Customize SharePoint Designer Workflow forms using InfoPath
- Publishing globally reusable Workflows
- Modifying the built-in Workflow templates
- Exporting a reusable workflow to a different Site Collection
Use the following discount code when purchasing for 10% off the purchase price: workflowarticle. This coupon code is only valid for 2 days until Dec 4th!
One of the types of workflows you can create using SharePoint Designer 2010 is the site workflow. This type of workflow is not attached to a list or library but rather to a site itself. In this video, you will see how to accomplish that. In addition, you will also see how to modify the user interface form, that this workflow creates, using InfoPath 2010.
Create a Site Workflow and modify its form using InfoPath
* This video will be available for free until Dec 2nd, 2010. It will then be returned to the Subscribers only video collection.
Check back tomorrow for a new free video on SharePoint Designer 2010 Workflows.