Basic SharePoint-Google-Maps-WebPart for SharePoint-Lists

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This JavaScript-Solution improves the standard-functionality of SharePoint-Lists. It displays a new Menu-Link in the standard Menu-Toolbar of a SharePoint-List (which contains addresses / coordinates). By clicking this link Google-Maps will be displayed under the SharePoint-List.

http://spgooglemapswpforspl.codeplex.com/

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