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Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010

SharePoint Designer 2010 is the tool of choice for the rapid development of SharePoint applications. Using SharePoint Designer 2010, advanced users and developers alike can rapidly create SharePoint solutions in response to business needs. Advanced users can compose no-code solutions that encompass a variety of common scenarios, from collaborative sites and web publishing to Line-OfBusiness data integration, business intelligence solutions, and human workflows, leveraging the building blocks available in SharePoint in an easy to use environment. In addition, developers can use SharePoint Designer 2010 to get a quick start on SharePoint development projects. Enhanced Workflow Designer Using SharePoint Designer 2010, you can design workflows to facilitate a wide range of business processes. Reuse workflows across a list or library, or export them to a different site collection. Even better, associate them to a content types to facilitate their use across related lists or libraries. You can also use substeps, impersonation steps or perform actions against external data for more sophisticated workflows. In addition, customize the Approval, Collect Feedback, and Collect Signatures workflows using SharePoint Designer 2010, or create sophisticated tasks with custom behaviors and completion conditions. Leverage the important events of these workflows in the Workflow Editor, both across each task or across the process itself

Rapidly develop SharePoint solutions without code

Build composite SharePoint applications by configuring or designing components such as lists, data sources, content types, views, forms, workflows, and external content types, all without having to write any code. With SharePoint Designer 2010, advanced users and developers can respond more rapidly to business needs with its redesigned user interface, easy connectivity to external systems, improved views and forms, and enhanced workflow design capabilities. Revamped user interface Allow rich and advanced customizations using the revamped user interface in SharePoint Designer 2010. Create no-code solutions more rapidly with the List and Content Type editors, association columns, reusable workflows, impersonation steps, XSLT templates, and external content types, among other new capabilities. And improve your productivity with the highly acclaimed Fluent UI (Ribbon) interface.

Complex tasks are easy to create within workflows

Custom actions Using SharePoint Designer, you can define custom actions for any list or add them as buttons to the Ribbon, making it possible to deliver contextual user experiences that simplify the work for your users. Interoperability with Visual Studio 2010 If you are a professional developer, consider SharePoint Designer your friendly companion tool. You can now enhance a number of SharePoint artifacts in Visual Studio 2010. You can use SharePoint Designer 2010 to build your workflow prototypes, list designs or Business Connectivity Services configurations and bring them into Visual Studio. You can collaborate with others by designing your workflow activities in Visual Studio and allowing others to build workflows in SharePoint Designer.

The user interface features the Ribbon and improved navigation

Import/export Visio process diagrams Leverage the most popular diagramming tool in the world, Visio, directly on SharePoint Designer 2010. Import your colleagues Visio process diagrams into SharePoint Designer to get a head start creating workflows, and then export it back to Visio to collaborate.

Deploy with confidence with safe customizations

With SharePoint Designer 2010, IT professionals can easily control where and how people use SharePoint Designer at all levels of their deployment, from server to site collection, and are able to preserve a consistent brand and layout across a site collection or web application by controlling the customization of pages, master pages, and page layouts. SharePoint Designer customization controls Using SharePoint Designer 2010, you can decide how much control you want to give to your users. You can restrict the customization levels both at the server or site collection or web application level. You can prevent users from customizing pages, master pages, or page layouts to keep a consistent look and feel across your site.

Easily connect with external data

Using SharePoint Designer 2010, external data can easily be integrated in any SharePoint solution. Easily discover the data sources available, create External Content Types that define the data operations that you want to enable in SharePoint (create, read, update, and delete), and have SharePoint Designer auto-generate a SharePoint external list and all of the required forms, without writing a single line of code. Business Connectivity Services Through Business Connectivity Services, or BCS, SharePoint Designer 2010 allows you to extend the reach of your enterprise data to everybody in the organization. You can connect to data in external databases, Line-OfBusiness applications, or custom data stores with BCS. Create External Content Types that describe the external data, and enable users to search, read and write to these external lists as easily as if they were SharePoint lists. Users can also interact with this data even when offline by using SharePoint Workspace, Office, or Word, and offline changes are automatically synchronized when users reconnect.

Administrators can control SharePoint Designer capabilities

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Support read and edit operations in an External Content Type

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