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Sharepoint Office Pocket Guideby Jeff Webb
Synopses & Reviews
Any situation where people need to work together online is a situation for Microsoft SharePoint. SharePoint is a component of Windows 2003 that enables organizations to construct web sites specifically for information sharing and collaboration. Within these sites, individuals can capture and share ideas, plus work together on documents, tasks, contacts, and events.
The SharePoint Office Pocket Guide from O'Reilly gets you collaborating with others in this format immediately. It covers the ins and outs of SharePoint's key tools in plain, easy-to-follow language. Within minutes, you'll understand how to: determine which web site template is best for youcustomize the design and content of the site's various pagesupload documents for all team members to seeadd public announcementssend alerts to team members so they know when existing documents have been changedadd links to other external sitestrack work itemscall meetings from within Office 2003add new members to the siteThanks to SharePoint, you'll discover that emailing is no longer the most efficient way to share files. In fact, you may never need to zip files together again, which also means an end to files that bounce back because they're too large. SharePoint renders all of this aggravation obsolete.
If you want more information than the average SharePoint user, then the SharePoint Office Pocket Guide is an essential addition to your personal library. By increasing your team's productivity, SharePoint takes the dead out of deadline. And this handy reference guide shows you how to get it done.
SharePoint Office Pocket Guide is the quick path to sharing documents and building lists. Written specifically for users of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, it covers the ins and outs of SharePoint clearly and concisely. Within minutes, you'll understand how to:
About the Author
Jeff Webb has written about computers and technology for 20 years. His books include Using Excel Visual Basic for Applications; Visual Basic Developer's Workshop; and Developing Web Applications with Visual Basic .NET.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Why Use SharePoint?Chapter 2: Start with SharePointChapter 3: Share Meetings with OutlookChapter 4: Workspaces with ExcelChapter 5: Document Libraries with WordChapter 6: Gather Data with Lists or InfoPathOffice Version CompatibilityOnline Resources
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