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This post is about my first experience using PowerPoint 2010 to create a theme to be used in a SharePoint 2010 site for a client. The goal for the SharePoint theme: Create simple yet professional-looking branding for our client’s new SharePoint site, avoiding CSS and Master Page edits where ...
31 Days of SSIS Day number 9 of the 31 Days of SSIS. If you missed the first week then start by reading the introductory post. Since it is Sunday, I’m going to go with something a little lighter and shorter – or at least that’s the expectation as ...
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