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sharepoint 2007 : Search in WSS
When you are using a SharePoint site that is hosted on a server that has only WSS installed (and not MOSS; see “Determine the Difference Between WSS and MOSS” in Chapter 1, “About Microsoft SharePoint 2007,” for more information), the search options are different.
SharePoint 2010 : Recover a Deleted File or List Item
SharePoint has built-in Recycle Bin functionality that enables you to retract deletions. By default, files and items that were deleted are kept in this Recycle Bin for 30 days, but the site you are using might have different settings
SharePoint 2010 : Delete a File or List Item
To delete a single file or list item, you highlight that file or list item by checking the check box that appears to the left of the file or item when you hover on the row for that file or list item.
SharePoint 2010 : Fill a Form
In a form library, you can fill a form by clicking the New Document button in the Documents ribbon. Clicking this button opens the form either in the browser or in Microsoft InfoPath, depending on the configuration of the form and on whether you have Microsoft InfoPath installed
SharePoint 2010 : Create a New List Item
You want to create a new list item (for example, add a contact to a contacts list or a new event to a calendar list).
SharePoint 2010 : Create a New Document
To create documents in document libraries, you use the New Document button in the Documents ribbon. This opens the Office application and the template that was specified by the manager of that document library.
SharePoint 2010 : Upload a Picture to a Picture Library
Because picture libraries do not have a ribbon, the way to upload pictures is slightly different from the way you upload to document libraries.
SharePoint 2010 : Creating and Managing Files - Upload a File from an Office Application
Office 2003 and later versions have built-in functionality that enables you to save files straight into SharePoint. Different versions may present different user interfaces for doing this, but the principle is the same in all versions.
SharePoint 2010 : Creating and Managing Files - Upload a File
Uploading a file to SharePoint is an easy process. There are three ways to do so. If you are writing a document in a Microsoft Office application, an easy way is to upload the document straight from the application by saving it directly into SharePoint.
SharePoint 2007 : Use Alerts - Manage My Alerts in a Site
To modify or remove an alert, click the Modify My Alert Settings link that was sent to you by that alert. Doing so opens the site where that alert was created, in the alert management screen.
SharePoint 2007 : Use Alerts - Modify or Remove an Alert
To modify or remove an alert, click the Modify My Alert Settings link that was sent to you by that alert. Doing so opens the site where that alert was created, in the alert management screen.
SharePoint 2007 : Create an Alert on a List or a Library
Setting up an alert on a document or list item makes SharePoint email you when changes are made to that document or item. To create the alert, open the drop-down menu of that document or list item and select Alert Me from the menu
SharePoint 2007 : Create an Alert on a File or List Item
Setting up an alert on a document or list item makes SharePoint email you when changes are made to that document or item. To create the alert, open the drop-down menu of that document or list item and select Alert Me from the menu
SharePoint 2010 : Get Started with Your Personal Site
You have a personal site, and you want to learn your way around it and customize it to show your personal data when you view it.
SharePoint 2010 : Create a Personal Site
You want to store files and collaborate with your coworkers online, but you also want to keep some information to yourself. Maybe the SharePoint administrators have not created a specific site for the purpose you require, and you want to be able to work in the SharePoint environment but do not have the facility to do so.
SharePoint 2010 : Manage Tags and Notes
You have added tags on items, documents, and pages. Now you want to find the items you tagged, change whether they are private or public, and maybe remove them. Similarly, you have added notes to the items, and you want to review and manage those notes.
SharePoint 2010 : Get Started with Social Features
You want to use SharePoint Server’s social features to manage your colleagues, set your status, and see the organization hierarchy.
SharePoint 2010 : Search SharePoint from Your Desktop
You want to search for documents from your desktop and not from a site. You want the search results to include documents that are on your own computer as well as in SharePoint.
SharePoint 2010 : Search for People (in SharePoint Server)
You may want to find the contact details of people who work with you in the organization. You might need to know someone’s phone number, department, manager, and so on.
SharePoint 2010 : Use the Advanced Search (in SharePoint Server)
Sometimes when you want to search for a document or a list item, you don’t want to use free text to search on the content of the document or the list item. Instead, you might want to restrict the search to the metadata—the information stored about the document or list item in the columns of the list or library.
SharePoint 2007 : Add Totals Calculations to the Datasheet View
If you want to calculate data that is in the Datasheet view, you can add totals to the view by opening the Actions menu and selecting Totals .
SharePoint 2007 : Switch to a Datasheet View
The Datasheet view is a special type of view that looks like a spreadsheet. This view allows you to copy information from the list to spreadsheet applications or do some calculations on data in the list.
SharePoint 2010 : Search Options in SharePoint Server
A variety of options exist in SharePoint Server sites for executing different types of search queries. You can search in SharePoint Server in many ways. The simplest is exactly like in SPF
SharePoint 2010 : Search in SPF
Searching in SPF is very simple and doesn’t have many options. An SPF site usually has a search box that allows you to search on documents and list items in that site
SharePoint 2010 : Search for Documents and List Items
SharePoint has a built-in search facility that enables you to find content in SharePoint (and sometimes also content that is not in SharePoint, depending on the configuration the search administrator set up).
SharePoint 2007 : Change Sorting and Filtering in a List or Library
The changes you make are not permanent; only you will see them. When you close the browser and navigate to the list again, the default sort order and filters that the list manager has defined are applied again.
SharePoint 2007 : See What Lists and Document Libraries Are in a Site (part 2)
The documents are shown as dates, representing the date the version was created. Hovering the mouse cursor over one of these dates allows you to open a menu for the document; from this menu, you can choose to view the version.
SharePoint 2007 : See What Lists and Document Libraries Are in a Site (part 1)
There are several ways to see the lists and document libraries available in a site. The following sections demonstrate how you can use these various ways to view the content in the site.
SharePoint 2010 : Create Permission Levels for a Site
To create permission levels, open the site’s permissions management page and click the Permission Levels button in the Manage section of the ribbon.
Create a SharePoint Group for a Site
By default, when you create a site, SharePoint automatically creates some groups for you to use in that site. To create a new SharePoint group, open the site permissions settings page, as shown earlier in this chapter, and then click the Create Group button in the Grant section of the ribbon .
 
 
 
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