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SharePoint 2010 : Assign Users’ Permissions on a Site
To allow users to view a site to which they previously didn’t have access, you can either add them to one of the SharePoint groups or add them to the site directly, without adding them to a specific group. The following sections explain how to perform these options.
SharePoint 2010 : Get to a Site’s Permission Management Page
To get to a site’s security settings page, open the site’s Site Actions menu and click the Site Permissions option
Edit a SharePoint Group’s Settings
To change a SharePoint group’s settings, navigate to the site’s People and Groups settings page, as shown earlier in this chapter, and then click the name of the group in the left navigation ba
SharePoint 2010 : Use Alerts
You can set up alerts that notify you when some changes are made in SharePoint document libraries or lists or on single items.
SharePoint 2010 : Switch List Views in Lists and Libraries
There are two ways to switch views. First, in the regular navigation ribbon, you can click on the name of the view in the breadcrumbs to see the options of other views for that list (see Figure 1).
SharePoint 2010 : Change Sorting and Filtering of a List or Library
When viewing a list or a document library, there are several ways to change the view to find the specific item or document you want. The following sections discuss the possibilities.
SharePoint 2010 : View a Microsoft InfoPath Form
The form libraries behave much the same as document libraries. Viewing a Microsoft InfoPath form that is in a form library is very much like opening a document for reading
SharePoint 2010 : View Past Versions of Documents
To view the past versions of a specific document, select the document to switch to the Documents ribbon, and then click on the Version History button
Navigate Through a SharePoint Site
Most sites use the navigation ribbon (also known as the Browse ribbon) to show navigation controls on the top of the page—including a top navigation bar and the breadcrumbs. Often there is also a side navigation bar that shows more navigation options on the left of the page.
SharePoint 2010 : Change My Display Language
Sometimes in multinational organizations there are people who are more comfortable with languages other than English. While your content (documents, list items, and page information) is usually in one language as a standard, you might want to see the menus—the actions you can take—in a language that is more familiar to you.
SharePoint 2010 : Change My Regional Settings
Depending on the configuration of the site, you might be able to define in that site your own regional settings. Doing this changes the way the site is presented to you, without affecting anyone else viewing the site.
SharePoint 2010 : Use the Ribbon
The control that allows you to switch between ribbons is usually shown at the top of the page, listing the names of the available ribbons as tabs.
SharePoint 2010 : Log On with Different Credentials
After you have logged on to a SharePoint site, you might want to switch to a different user. You do this by clicking on the [your name] link at the top of the page to open a drop-down menu.
Get to a SharePoint Site
How you get to a SharePoint site depends on the location of that site. Most often, your system administrator will give you the location. Your company might have several sites, and an administrator should supply you with links to the sites you should be aware of.
SharePoint 2010 : View/Add Notes to a Document or List Item
In SharePoint Server 2010, you can add notes to a document. These notes are available for other people to read. You can use this feature, for example, to provide feedback on a document without actually changing the document and without having to check out the document or even have editing permissions to the document.
SharePoint 2010 : Tag an External Site
You find a site that is very useful; however, this site is not hosted in SharePoint, and it’s not even part of your corporate site. You want to be able to find it again using the tagging mechanism.
Microsoft Office 2010 : Using and Customizing the Ribbon
An archeologist looking at the evolution of Microsoft Office would no doubt divide its timeline neatly into two eras: The Menu-Toolbar Era lasted from the early 1990s through Office 2003. The emergence of Office 2007 marked the dawn of the Ribbon Era.
Managing Programs and Documents in Office Backstage View
Just below the title bar in every Office program, you’ll see a white File heading on a brightly colored background. This can’t-miss target is available at the left side of the ribbon in every Office program.
Microsoft Office 2010 : Saving and Restoring Settings and Data
You’ve probably developed a routine for regularly backing up your documents and other files. (If you haven’t, you should!) Without a reliable backup, data you have created or purchased can disappear in an instant due to hardware failure, a power surge, theft, fire, or any of countless other calamities.
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