How to Use SharePoint Designer 2010 to Edit SharePoint 2013 Sites Successfully

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  1. Ken Malinski says:

    This sounds just like what I’ve been looking for… Do you know if this will work for Windows 8?

    Thanks for the great information Zubair…

  2. Zubair Alexander says:

    Hi Ken,

    I don’t see a reason why it won’t work if SharePoint Designer 2010 is running on Windows 8. The only thing I will caution is to avoid running multiple versions of Office on the same computer (e.g. Office 2010 and Office 2013). Although SharePoint Designer is a stand-alone free product, behind the scenes it is part of Office suite and therefore you should avoid installing the two on the same computer, even though you can. If you have any part of Office from a previous version it is best to remove it completely. This is true for all versions of Microsoft Office.

  3. Ken Malinski says:

    Thanks.. as usual, you’re always a great source for help and clarification on the confusing world of Microsoft…

    Now if I could just figure out how I could get someone to help me with LinkedIn… lol

  4. M. Pinkston says:

    Interesting article but what if KB2553382 is not found?

  5. Zubair Alexander says:

    The KB article is available. I just clicked on the link in my article and was taken straight to the KB article.

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