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Pro SharePoint 2010 Solution Development: Combining .NET, SharePoint, and Office 2010 by Chad Wach, Ed Hild

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Chapter 9. Building a Presentation Server-Side within a Web Part

As we noted in Chapter 8, information workers who collaborate to prepare for an event, execute a business process, create materials for a project, or for any number of other reasons, generally need to present the output of their collaboration or simply report on the team's status. Very often nowadays, these workers will collaborate via a SharePoint site, and they'll typically use Microsoft PowerPoint as the canvas on which to construct their presentations.As in the previous chapter, we will try to reduce the amount of work it takes for these users to put a presentation together. In this chapter we will assume that the organization has a preconstructed template for presentations of ...

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