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Image Gallery: Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 In Pictures

From integrated Business Intelligence, to Performance Point Services, Excel Services and Visio Services, to Business Connectivity Services and a raft of improvements to its user interface, Sharepoint 2010 is packed with plenty of new nuggets.
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With InfoPath, now integrated into Sharepoint 2010, You can add drop down lists, date pickers and change the look and feel of a page to create a new form.

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