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SharePoint 2010 : Choose a Column Type (part 6) - Person or Group
The Person or Group column type enables users to choose a value from a list of users or groups
SharePoint 2010 : Choose a Column Type (part 5)
With the Date and Time Format configuration option, you can choose whether the users can choose just a date or a date and time. This choice changes what the date-choosing control looks like.
SharePoint 2010 : Choose a Column Type (part 4)
To specify the choices from which users can choose, simply type the choices in the box titled Type Each Choice on a Separate Line . Use a line break to separate choices; for example, for a list of countries, type the countries in the box with a line break between each country name.
SharePoint 2010 : Choose a Column Type (part 3)
The Number of Lines for Editing setting determines how many lines are displayed in the editing box for the text. This can be any number from 1 (where only one line will be displayed, but users can scroll down or up in the box) to 1,000.
SharePoint 2010 : Choose a Column Type (part 2) - Multiple Lines of Text
The Multiple Lines of Text column type allows users to enter text with more than one line (that is, line breaks are allowed). It can be configured to allow different editing options for the user
SharePoint 2010 : Choose a Column Type (part 1) - Single Line of Text
When you’re creating a new column, the first thing you need to decide in addition to the name for the column is its type. The type of the column defines what kind of data can go into it, and SharePoint has a lot of different built-in column types for you to choose from.
Optimizing SQL Server for SharePoint 2010 (part 4) - Pre-Creating Your Content Databases
If your organization has a SQL DBA that manages all of your companies’ databases, including your SharePoint databases, you have the option of asking your DBA to pre-create your content databases from within SQL Server.
Optimizing SQL Server for SharePoint 2010 (part 3) - Model Database Settings
Every SharePoint database that you create inherits most of its database settings from the SQL Server system database called Model. After performing a default installation of SQL Server and then performing a default SharePoint installation, you may want to modify some of the Model database properties.
Optimizing SQL Server for SharePoint 2010 (part 2) - Database Files and Their Location
The placement of your database files is critical to your SharePoint performance. When installing SQL Server, a default path is provided for your data and transaction log files.
Optimizing SQL Server for SharePoint 2010 (part 1)
After successfully installing a SQL Server instance to host your SharePoint content, you can make several configuration changes to optimize the SQL Server instance. These changes will ultimately improve performance for both SQL Server and SharePoint 2010
Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2008 for SharePoint 2010
The SQL Server 2008 instance hosting your SharePoint content can have a significant impact on SharePoint performance. It is highly recommended that each SharePoint farm have its own SQL Server instance and that this server is dedicated to hosting only SQL Server.
SharePoint 2010 : Enforce Custom Validation on a Column
You want to set more complex validation rules on a column. For example, in a single text column, you might want to prevent users from entering certain words such as the word test. Or you might want to make sure the user filling in the form types I agree before submitting the form to make the user think twice before submitting it.
SharePoint 2010 : Add a Site Column to a List or Document Library
Reusing those columns in lists and libraries makes a lot of sense. If a change to the column setting is required in many lists and libraries, it is possible to change the column at the site level once to update all the lists and libraries using that column.
SharePoint 2010 : Add a Column to a List or Document Library
You want to create a new column and add it to an existing list or document library. For example, you might want to add a date column called Birthday for a contacts list or a choice or lookup column called Client to a document library so that users can choose which client the document is about.
SharePoint 2010 : Create a New Survey
The new list settings page that is shown if you have created the survey from a machine that doesn’t have Microsoft Silverlight installed or if you clicked the More Options button has a very different settings dialog for the new survey you are creating.
SharePoint 2010 : Create a New List
To create a list in a site, open the Create dialog as explained earlier in this chapter, filter the types of templates shown to show only list templates, and click the link for the type of list you want to create.
SharePoint 2010 : Create a New Folder in a Document Library
To create a new folder, you navigate to the document library where you want to create the folder and then to the folder in the document library where you want the new folder to be (if you don’t want it under the root of the document library).
SharePoint 2010 : Create a New Document Library
To create a document library, you need to use the Create dialog as explained in the preceding section. The way you create the library depends on which Create dialog you are using (which depends on whether you have Microsoft Silverlight installed).
SharePoint 2010 : Open the Create Dialog for Lists and Libraries
The first step is to open the site where you want the document library to be created. In most sites, you see a Site Actions menu option, and you can create a new document library directly from this menu.
SharePoint 2010 : Use a Slide Library
You want to use a slide library to share slides with other people or use slides that other people have shared with you.
SharePoint 2010 : See What Files or List Items Are Waiting for Your Approval
You are the approver on a list or library, and you need to see what files or list items other users have submitted for your approval.
SharePoint 2010 : See What Files or List Items Are Waiting for Your Approval
You are the approver on a list or library, and you need to see what files or list items other users have submitted for your approval.
SharePoint 2010 : Approve or Reject a File or List Item
You are the approver on a list or library, and you need to approve or reject a file or list item that another user has submitted for approval.
SharePoint 2010 : Restore an Earlier Version of a File or List Item
You want to restore a file or list item to an earlier version and make it the current version.
SharePoint 2010 : See What Files or List Items Are Checked Out to You
You have checked out some files or list items, and you want to find them to continue editing them, discard the check-out (deleting the changes you have done and reverting to the version before you checked out), or check them in again.
SharePoint 2010 : Publish a File or List Item
A document library or list requires you to publish a file or list item that you have created or modified before it shows the new file or item to other users.
SharePoint 2010 : Check In and Check Out a File or List Item
Some document libraries and lists require you to check out a file or list item before changing it. (Changing includes changing the properties of a file or list item and editing a file’s contents as well.) You want to make changes to the file or list item and then share the changes with other people working on that site.
SharePoint 2010 : Use the Datasheet View to Add, Edit, or Delete Items and Files
Scenario/Problem: You want to add, edit, or delete multiple items in a list or library in an easy way. The details that you want to modify are similar, and you don’t want to have to click each one to edit or delete it separately. You also don’t want to click the New button many times.
SharePoint 2010 : Edit the Properties of a File or List Item
You want to change some of the values that have been entered into the columns for a specific file or list item. For example, you might want to change the details for an event in a calendar list or the name or title of a document in a document library.
sharepoint 2007 : Search Options in MOSS
You can search in MOSS in many ways. The simplest is just like in WSS: Using a search box at the top of a page with a scopes drop-down, you pick what you want to search.
 
 
 
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