SharePoint Designer, a Microsoft tool for designing sites for use with its SharePoint "intranet solution" (yucky phrase, but what else to call it?), is now free. If you're working in a Microsoft shop (or just sharpening your IIS and SharePoint skills to score a job), it's a good chance to check out a ribbon-enabled, MS-friendly design tool without having to splash out $450 or so for the full version. SharePoint Designer [via Inside Office Online Blog]
Microsoft SharePoint Designer Now Free
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