Over the next few weeks I’m building the new SharePoint 2010 Developer Course for Firebrand Training. These are exciting times for SharePoint 2007 (MOSS and WSS 3.0) developers looking to acquire new skills.
Back in my first blog posting on WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007, I discussed Excel Services and User Defined Functions. Since then I have had a number of requests for a follow up post. A common misconception from students in my SharePoint developer courses is this:
I don’t know if there’s enough of these to make a series, but I’m going to give it a go.
I’m going to start with a MOSS Excel Services tip. If you’re already using this in anger, then I’m preaching to the converted. If you’re considering using Excel Services, or you’re about to advise a client on Excel Services, there’s a few things you need to know.