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SharePoint Server 2007

SharePoint 2007

Explore the links below to find out more about developing solutions for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

This section of the MSDN Library provides resources to help you get started developing solutions that take advantage of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and the 2007 Microsoft Office system.

SharePoint Products and Technologies provide enterprise-scale capabilities to meet business-critical needs such as managing content and business processes, simplifying how people find and share information across boundaries, and helping to enable more informed decision-making. Using the combined collaboration features of Windows SharePoint Services and Office SharePoint Server 2007, plus the design and customization capabilities of Office SharePoint Designer 2007, organizations can enable their users to create, manage, and more easily build their own SharePoint sites, and make these sites more discoverable throughout the organization.

Windows SharePoint Services is available as a free download; it helps teams stay connected and productive by providing easy access to the people, documents, and information that they need to make well-informed decisions and get work done. Office SharePoint Server 2007 relies on the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 technology to provide a consistent, familiar framework for lists and libraries, site administration, and site customization. Any features that are available in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 are also available in Office SharePoint Server 2007.

Office SharePoint Server 2007 offers enhanced features and additional features that are unavailable on a Windows SharePoint Services site. For example, both Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services include site templates for collaborating with colleagues and setting up meetings. However, Office SharePoint Server 2007 includes many additional site templates related to enterprise and publishing scenarios.


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Learn how to develop custom solutions in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. To view content relating to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, click the items to the left, in the table of contents.

  • SDK Documentation. These references describe the technologies that Office SharePoint Server 2007 provides for developers. They include application programming interface (API) documentation, sample code, and other supporting information.

  • Developer Guides. Includes sample downloads and references that demonstrate how you can increase the computational power and reliability of Microsoft Office Excel 2007 workbooks by using a high-performance computing (HPC) solution composed of Excel Services, Excel 2007, and Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003.

  • SharePoint Server 2007 Technical Articles. Technical articles are 10-35 pages in length and provide detailed technical information and code examples. They may serve any number of purposes: getting started, providing best practices, describing a solution, discussing the use of a given object or method in depth, and so on.

  • SharePoint Server 2007 Visual How Tos. Visual how-to articles are 2-15 pages in length and combine some of the best elements of blogs, video, and technical articles by providing a brief overview, a code sample, and a how-to video. You can read the overview, review the code snippet, view the video, and explore the additional resources.

  • SharePoint Server 2007 Book Excerpts. Book excerpts are online excerpts of published books. Each chapter often focuses on one key solution or set of tasks as well as providing you a free, in depth look at a book. Links are included for viewing the entire book online or purchasing the book.

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