The objective of the Wiki Toolbox is to simplify common development tasks such as including Windows PowerShell script code into a Wiki article.
This article lists main features that are supported by the Wiki Toolbox, how to use them, how to install and to configure the Wiki Toolbox and how to provide feedback.
To include Excel spreadsheets into your Wiki article, perform the following steps:
To change the alignment of a table header, in the main window, click Header to display the header dialg, select the affected column and the desired alignment, and then click
To change the alignment of a of your data rows, in the main window, click
Data to display the data dialog, select the affected column and the desired alignment, and then click
In addition to the column alignment, you can also specify whether you want to set Top as vertical alignment and no break for the cell data of a data column.
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To include PowerShell Script Code into your Wiki article, perform the following steps:
However, especially for smaller scripts, this is not necessary.
If you don't want a scrollable box around your script code, select No Height in the main window:
There are cases where you need to draw a reader's attention to a specific fact.
Typically, this kind of information is encapsulated within a "Note" box.
The Wiki toolbox supports a Caution box, a Note box and a
To include a highlight-box into your Wiki article, perform the following steps:
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To include the ScriptBox template into your Wiki article, perform the following steps:
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To include the Troubleshooting template into your Wiki article, perform the following steps:
To include the TechNet Forum Announcement template into a TechNet forum post, perform the following steps:
The Wiki Toolbox project is located at:
The recommended download is a ClickOnce Installer.
When you start the tool, you get a notification if a newer version of the tool is available.
To install the Wiki toolbox on your computer, perform the following steps:
NB: if you receive an error citing a missing DLL named "Microsoft.Management.Infrastructure", you first need to install WMF3.0 from here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=34595
To keep the configuration simple and easily extensible moving forward, the Wiki Toolbox uses a delimited file structure to track configuration data.
The elements of each configuration line are separated by a vertical bar (|) - also known as "pipe" symbol.
The following items are tracked in each configuration line:
To start a discussion or report an issue, use the related links on CodePlex:
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