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9780672330506

Sharepoint 2007 How-to

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  • ISBN13:

    9780672330506

  • ISBN10:

    0672330504

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-05-05
  • Publisher: Sams Publishing

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Summary

With more than 100,000,000 SharePoint licenses sold, organizations ranging from the largest enterprises to the smallest mom-and-pop businesses are relying on SharePoint. Millions of people are using SharePoint to provide simple collaboration and content management, but most SharePoint books focus on enterprise-scale solutions that are far too complex for the readers who need them most. That's where SharePoint 2007 How-To comes in. This is the first task-focused, step-by-step guide to the core tasks the vast majority of SharePoint 2007 users and managers really need. Leading SharePoint consultant and trainer Ishai Sagi begins with end-user solutions: logging in, reading files and documents, using lists, setting up alerts, searching site content, building personal sites, and more. Next, he presents solutions for authors and content managers: everything from uploading files to using workflows. Finally, he introduces the core skills needed to manage small-scale SharePoint sites (or sub-sites within an organization's larger SharePoint site). SharePoint 2007 How-To provides concise explanations, easy-to-understand screen shots, quick keyboard shortcuts, and "next step" guidance that builds skills without being intrusive or distracting. Whether you are a manager or a user, this book will find the answers you need right away - and non-technical users who may eventually be asked to manage SharePoint sites will find all the skills they'll need to do so.

Author Biography

Ishai Sagi is a SharePoint expert who has been working with Microsoft SharePoint since its initial release in 2001. Since then, Ishai has trained numerous end users, administrators, and developers in using Microsoft SharePoint or developing solutions for the platform. He has spoken at Microsoft conferences around the world, including in Spain, Israel, and Australia. Ishai received the Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP) award for Microsoft SharePoint in 2007 and 2008 as recognition for his contribution to the Microsoft SharePoint community.

 

Ishai also is the author of a popular SharePoint blog for developers at http://www.sharepoint-tips.com and manages the Canberra SharePoint User Group website at http://www.sharepointusers.org.au/Canberra/default.aspx.

 

Currently, Ishai is a SharePoint developer and a solutions architect in Canberra, Australia where he spends his spare time taking pictures of the wildlife. This might help explain the numerous pictures of kangaroos that can be seen in this book.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Assumptions about SharePoint
Differences between WSS and MOSS
Glossary of Common SharePoint terms (may move to this to the back)
Explanations of the Common SharePoint Components
Solutions for End-Users
Logging into SharePoint
Reading files and documents
Reading list items
Getting around Lists
Setting up alerts
Searching in SharePoint
Dealing with Sites
Personal Sites and Personal Details
Common keyboard shortcuts
Solutions for Authors and Content Managers
Creating and adding files
Setting permissions for files and list items
Authoring in lists
Creating list views
Authoring Pages
Workflows
Common keyboard shortcuts
Solutions for Site Managers
Managing Files
Managing Lists
Managing Sites
Working with Publishing
Common keyboard shortcuts
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Excerpts

Introduction Introduction Overview of This BookThe aim of this book is to be your companion as you use Microsoft SharePoint 2007. It lists common tasks that you need to do when you use SharePoint as a working tool and shows how to accomplish these tasks in an easy step-by-step process.This book is written for people who are unfamiliar with or are unsure how to approach tasks in Microsoft SharePoint 2007. It even covers advanced issues, such as managing sites and security, editing pages, and using some of the more complex functionality available in Microsoft SharePoint 2007. However, this book is not intended as an administration guide, a developer handbook, or a complete and comprehensive user guide. Instead, this book focuses on assisting you with the basicscovering the essentials and making sure you know where to go to do the most common day-to-day tasks that you will encounter as a Microsoft SharePoint 2007 end user. How to Benefit from This BookWe've designed this book to be easy to read from cover to cover. It is divided into four parts designed to make looking up problems easy.Part I, "Solutions for Readers," has the most common and basic tasks that do not involve changing anything in SharePoint, but just viewing, browsing, and finding information. This part includes Chapter 1, "About Microsoft SharePoint 2007" Chapter 2, "Finding Your Way Around a SharePoint Site" Chapter 3, "Solutions Regarding Files, Documents, List Items, and Forms" Chapter 4, "Searching in SharePoint" Chapter 5, "Personal Sites and Personal Details (Available Only in MOSS)"Part II, "Solutions for Authors and Content Managers," teaches you how to perform tasks that involve adding content to SharePoint or changing the way it looks. This part includes Chapter 6, "Creating and Managing Files, List Items, and Forms in SharePoint" Chapter 7, "Creating Lists and Document Libraries" Chapter 8, "Creating List Views" Chapter 9, "Authoring Pages" Chapter 10, "Managing Security" Chapter 11, "Workflows"Part III, "Solutions for Site Managers," has advanced tasks involved in creating and customizing SharePoint sites. This part includes Chapter 12, "Creating Subsites" Chapter 13, "Customizing a SharePoint Site" Chapter 14, "Managing Site Security"Finally, in Part IV, "Appendixes," you find shortcuts and links that will help you find your way and achieve some tasks faster.This book is written with the firm belief that to learn, you must do. You can use this book as a reference tool when you are tasked with a certain job that you need help finding out how to perform, or you can use it as a learning guide if you have an environment to perform the tasks outlined in this book one by one. Whatever your choice, it is our hope that this book will be a helpful companion. How to Continue Expanding Your KnowledgeThis book does not claim to cover all of what you can do with SharePoint.

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