Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 is a powerful, sophisticated desktop application that allows you to customize websites based on Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Written by a team of SharePoint experts, this book provides you with an overview of the SharePoint Designer toolset and shows you how to use those tools to do far more than simply modify web pages. You'll learn to create and edit cascading style sheets, and visually design and edit code-free workflows. By the end of the book, you'll have acquired the skills necessary to modify, manage, and enhance virtually every aspect of a user's experience on a SharePoint 2010 website.
Beginning SharePoint Designer 2010:
Walks you through visually creating and editing master pages and page layouts
Shows you how to connect SharePoint to various external data sources?—without a single line of code
Explains ways to create and modify lists, libraries, and site permissions
Examines InfoPath integration and web part connections
Addresses visually customizing XSLT data views and forms
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Asif Rehmani is a trainer and consultant at SharePoint-Videos.com. He is a SharePoint Server MVP and MCT.
Bryan Phillips is a consultant and senior partner with Composable Systems, LLC. He is a Microsoft MVP in SharePoint Services.
Marcy Kellar is a user experience architect and cofounder of SharePoint Soapbox, LLC. She specializes in strategizing content and design on the SharePoint platform.
Good book to have if your using SP 2010
You can't have enough books when learning a new product.
This book gives you a few tips in SharePoint designer and can you start in modifying master pages, page layouts, using CSS etc, but it won't make you a master. Read morePublished 12 months ago by William
I would recommend this book it was easy to follow and providing me good understanding of how to use designerPublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
You'd spend all day jumping back and forth between the book and errata, oh wait, there is no errata posted for this book. You just lost 20 bucks and some change. Read morePublished on November 10, 2011 by PAPutzback
the book is full of mistakes and to make it worse it was written before the product was release.
this would have been an excellent book to learn SharePoint 2010 were it not... Read more