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SharePoint datasheet view suddenly stopped working

While working in datasheet view in a SharePoint document library (WSS 3/XP Professional/IE7) and switching back and forth between different views, the datasheet view suddenly stopped working and displayed an error dialog saying : “The list is displayed in Standard

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“Edit Task” button in Word 2007 not working on click

I had a Sharepoint document for review which was connected to a task,  so the “Edit Task” button showed up in the message bar right underneath the ribbon in Word 2007. However, when I clicked on it,  nothing happened. After

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WebAIM screen reader survey results

WebAIM has conducted a screen reader survey from Dec 08 – Jan 09 with over 1000 responses mostly from users who use a screen reader on a day-to-day basis. It was interesting to see that JAWS is still the predominant

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WAMPServer Install with innoDB parameters causes MySQL error

I didn’t know that you can do either a XAMPP or a WAMP install on Windows to run Apache/MySQL/PHP for local testing, so I thought going with WAMPserver would be the better choice because of the W factor in the

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WordPress Permalinks not working – file not found error instead

I just switched my url syntax for my blog to use permalinks, because it is more search engine friendly. After switching, I got a file not found error on all my blog posts. The reason for this is the permissions

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SharePoint Lists: Grouping more than two levels deep

To organize a list view, grouping is an important feature. However, a list view can only be organized by grouping two levels deep via browser. If you want to group items using more than two levels, you need to open

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SharePoint incoming e-mail does not start workflow on “create item”

I had the scenario where a requirement was that managers can approve a software request (InfoPath form) via their mobile devices. This meant that the usual route of creating a task via workflow was not an option, because it would

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