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Written by a former member of the SharePoint development team, this is a step-by-step guide to mastering the latest release of this integrated suite of server capabilities.
In How to Do Everything: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Stephen Cawoodone of the people who helped build SharePointoffers advice from his many years of working with SharePoint customers, cutting to the core and focusing on key features to get you up to speed quickly. Youll get easy-to-follow tutorials on blogs, wikis, MySites, Web parts, taxonomy, document management, workflow, publishing sites, team sites, and much more. Take full advantage of the content management, enterprise search, collaboration, and information-sharing capabilities of SharePoint 2010 with help from this practical guide.
How to Do Everything: Microsoft SharePoint 2010:
- Covers the key new features, including new out-of-the-box web parts and SharePoint taxonomy
- Contains step-by-step examples that walk you through the most common SharePoint tasks
- Explains how to use SharePoint Workspace to work with SharePoint offline
- Includes valuable advice from SharePoint experts
- Functions as a handy reference to learn new features and as a refresher
Your how-to guide to SharePoint 2010
SharePoint Concepts; Document Management; Collaboration; Taxonomy; Search; Navigation; MySites; Web Parts; Customization; SharePoint Workspace
Master Microsoft SharePoint 2010
In How to Do Everything: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Stephen Cawood--a former member of the SharePoint development team--explains how to get the most out of this powerful business collaboration platform. Learn how to use document management functions, wikis, taxonomy, blogs, My Sites, web parts, and more. Take full advantage of the content management, enterprise search, collaboration, and information-sharing capabilities of SharePoint 2010 with help from this practical guide.
- Set up a SharePoint site
- Add documents, use the SharePoint content approval workflow, and work with document versioning features
- Collaborate with others during discussion boards, blogs, wikis, events, surveys, calendars, and workspaces
- Use social tagging to create a folksonomy of keywords
- Create a taxonomy hierarchy using Enterprise Managed Metadata
- Build publishing sites, My Sites, and public-facing websites
- Show data on pages using web parts
- Customize lists, forms, site themes, and navigation
- Use SharePoint with client applications, including Microsoft Office Backstage, Outlook, InfoPath, SharePoint Designer, and third-party applications
About the Author
Stephen Cawood is a former Microsoft Program Manager on the MCMS and SharePoint product teams, during which time he wrote specifications for SharePoint. He is currently the Director of Community and the Development Manager for SharePoint Site Migration Manager at Metalogix Software. Stephen was a presenter at Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009, as well as the SharePoint Online Roadshow. He is also the founder of the Halifax SharePoint Users group and a SharePoint community-focused website.
Table of Contents
Introduction and SharePoint History; Chapter 2.
SharePoint Concepts; Chapter 3.
Working With Documents; Chapter 4.
Collaboration; Chapter 5.
Tagging and Taxonomy; Chapter 6.
Publishing Sites; Chapter 7.
My Sites and Personalization; Chapter 8.
Web Parts; Chapter 9.
Customization; Chapter 10.
Using SharePoint with Client Applications; Chapter 11.
Template Reference for Libraries, Lists, Pages, and Sites; Index