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Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Bible by Vikram Kartik

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25.2. Using Site-Reporting Features

SharePoint Designer allows you to generate a number of reports in the Reports pane. This section discusses some of the commonly used report views.

25.2.1. Files reports

If you choose Site Reports Files, a number of views for reports related to recently added, changed, and old files appear. In the Reports pane, you can switch between views by clicking the view name in the top-left corner. If you choose the Recently Added Files, Recently Changed Files, or Old Files menu option, a Days dropdown menu is enabled in the top-right corner of the Reports pane. You can use this dropdown menu to bypass the settings for days you made in the Reports View tab in the Application Options dialog box.

NOTE

The Checkout Status view is enabled for Web sites that support checking-in and checking-out files. For example, you can use the Checkout Status view for an FPSE site that has check-in/check-out enabled for it.

25.2.2. Shared content reports

The report views in this section focus on providing reports that can help developers understand the usage of various types of shared resources, such as master pages, style sheets, and dynamic Web templates. It also helps you create a report that indicates the pages in SharePoint sites that have been customized by using ...

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