New Release v. 1.1 of Color Coded Ajax Web Part Calendar for SharePoint is Now Available

San Francisco, California (PressExposure) May 19, 2009 -- Virto Calendar is a new web part for SharePoint that enables users to view all of their events from different SharePoint lists in one single calendar.

Virto Ajax Calendar surpasses the existing SharePoint calendar view's functionality by allowing users to specify the list or view, color code the displayed items by category of events such as internal or external, view day, week, month, year, and Gantt view.

Virto Ajax Calendar also provides users with the ability to create any new event with just a single click! Included with Virto are editing features that will make working with SharePoint easy and pleasant. If you need to change the date of the event, simply drag and drop it to the appropriate calendar cell.

If you need to change the duration of the event, modify the size of the cell to the required direction and length. To change the date, simply select the appropriate date in the mini calendar. All of these features will help you save time and complete your calendar tasks with the greatest convenience.

New Release includes German, Spanish and French Localization, new hot features for pleasant work with Calendar. Now you can add web sites list of your current site collection as a data source, enable/disable data sources from list, use new Data sources configuration view.

Virto Calendar is built on Ajax technology and is designed for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. Installation is simple and only requires a small amount of time.

Download the evaluation version now and experience how Virto Calendar can help you manage your SharePoint calendar events like never before. Please visit our website for more information and to start downloading the evaluation version at>

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Press Release Submitted On: May 26, 2009 at 5:18 am
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