SharePoint 2010 Site Styles

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SharePoint 2010 Site Styles provide a way to centrally manage and apply CSS and images to publishing and non-publishing sites with a SharePoint 2010 environment. The goal is to bring the flexibility of SharePoint 2007 themes to SharePoint 2010 with a better experience.



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