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SharePoint 2010 : Create a Subsite (part 1) - Create a Subsite with Microsoft Silverlight Installed
To create a subsite under an existing Microsoft SharePoint 2010 site, open the Site Actions menu and choose the New Site option. If this option is not in the menu, you might have to go through the More Options option to open the Create dialog.
SharePoint 2010 : Associate a Workflow with a List or Library
You want to assign a workflow to a list or library so that users can select it from the list of available workflows. Or you might want to define a workflow that starts automatically when a document or list item is added or modified in the library or list.
Navigating the Central Administration Home Page (part 3) - Central Administration Page Option
The Page option is used to modify your Central Administration home page. If you click this option, your Central Administration page will display as shown in Figure 7. The Ribbon available on this page allows you to customize the page.
Navigating the Central Administration Home Page (part 2)
SharePoint 2010 introduces a new breadcrumb navigation trail icon, shown between the Site Actions and Browse options in Figure 3, that is available on all pages including the Central Administration home page
Navigating the Central Administration Home Page (part 1) - Central Administration Site Actions Menu
The Central Administration home page is a SharePoint Foundation 2010 site; it has its own site settings and WSS “look and feel.” You can add functionality to the page if you want, or you can even customize the page
Managing SharePoint 2010 Using Central Administration : Introducing Central Administration
The Central Administration home page is the starting point for farm administrators after SharePoint 2010 is installed. The home page for Central Administration is only available as a Web page—it is not available as a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in.
SharePoint 2010 : Track the Progress of a Workflow
You want to see the progress of a workflow that was started on a list item or file.
SharePoint 2010 : Start a Workflow
When a workflow has been attached to a list or document library, it can be configured to start automatically when someone changes an item or file, or it can be configured to require the user to manually start the workflow. If it is configured to start manually, you might have to start it yourself.
SharePoint 2010 : Configure Access Requests for Lists and Libraries
You are managing the security of a list or library, and you want to configure the access requests for it. Access requests are sent when a user who doesn’t have permission to a list or library wants to have permission.
SharePoint 2010 : See Who Is a Member of a SharePoint Group
SharePoint groups contain several users. You want to see who belongs to a group before you assign permissions to that group. (You may later want to add users to or remove them from a group
SharePoint 2010 : Change a User’s or Group’s Permissions on a File or List Item
You want to change an existing permission that was granted to a user or group on a file or list item—perhaps to give that user more permissions or remove that user’s permissions altogether.
SharePoint 2010 : Grant Permissions to a File or List Item
You want to change the permissions a certain user or group of users has on a file or list item. Because permissions for items are inherited from the list or library they are in, the items or files have the same permissions as the list. Sometimes you want to set different permissions on documents or items than for the list. For example, say you want to upload a document to share with several colleagues but not with other people who have access to the document library.
SharePoint 2010 : Managing Security - See What Permissions Are Set (part 2)
The name of the file or title for the item, list, or library appears in the page’s title after the word Permissions. This information helps you make sure you are viewing the permissions for the right file or item.
SharePoint 2010 : Managing Security - See What Permissions Are Set (part 1)
You want to see what permissions are given to whom in a list or library or on a specific list item. For example, you want to know who can read, write, or delete files in a document library. Alternatively, you want to know who has permissions to read a specific document or to edit it.
SharePoint 2010 : Compare Versions of a Page
Often you want to restore a page to a previous state (before some changes were made to the page), but you want to compare differences between the versions before making up your mind about which one to restore.
SharePoint 2010 : Discard the Check-out of a Page
Often you start editing a page and then either change your mind or regret a change and want to roll back and start again.
SharePoint 2010 : Publish a Page
When a page is located in a document library that requires publishing—something that is common when you’re using the publishing features (where all pages in a site are in the Pages library)—you must publish the page in order for users to be able to see it.
SharePoint 2010 : Reuse a Web Part (Export/Import)
To save the web part and use it again, you must export the web part and then import it to the other page. The following sections explain how to export a web part and then import it to another page.
SharePoint 2010 : Modify a Web Part
To modify a web part of any kind, switch the page to editing mode. Then select the web part whose properties you want to edit by hovering your mouse over the web part and selecting the check box that appears at the top-right corner of the web part (on the title row)
SharePoint 2010 : Use Built-in Web Parts (part 4) - Use the Content Query Web Part in SharePoint Server
The Content Query web part is one of the most useful web parts. It is used to display information in the current site or in other sites in the current site collection, based on a query.
SharePoint 2010 : Use Built-in Web Parts (part 3) - Use the Media Web Part in SharePoint Server
You use the Media web part to either display a video or play an audio file in a page. You can find the Media web part under the Media and Content category in the web part selection pane.
SharePoint 2010 : Use Built-in Web Parts (part 2)
You can type any kind of text in a Content Editor web part, including scripts. To add a Content Editor web part to a page, switch the web part selection pane to the Media and Content category and select the Content Editor web part from the list of web parts.
SharePoint 2010 : Use Built-in Web Parts (part 1) - Use the List View Web Part
There are two ways to add a list view web part to a page. The first is to click the Existing List button instead of the Web Part button in the Insert ribbon. The second is to select the Lists and Libraries category in the web part selection pane.
Examples of SharePoint Administrative Tasks (part 3) - Using Windows PowerShell During the Upgrade Process
The following sections provide information about some Windows PowerShell commands you might find useful during an upgrade.
Examples of SharePoint Administrative Tasks (part 2) - Managing SharePoint Services
After you have run the SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard to install SharePoint on your servers, you can use the SharePoint 2010 Central Administration website to launch the Farm Configuration Wizard
Examples of SharePoint Administrative Tasks (part 1) - Deploying SharePoint 2010 with Windows PowerShell Scripts
During the lifetime of your SharePoint installation, there may be many tasks that you must complete (hopefully) only once, such as installing SharePoint and creating your farm.
SharePoint 2010 : Add a Web Part
Some pages enable you to add web parts to them. To add a web part to a page, you first need to decide where on the page you want it. Depending on the type of page, there may be several web part zones you can add web parts to, or you may have the option to add a web part to a text control in the page.
SharePoint 2010 : Use the Picture Editing Control in a Page
When authoring a page, you want to change the picture that appears on the page, but the picture is not in a text editing control.
SharePoint 2010 : Use Wiki Syntax to Link to Existing Content and Create Pages
When authoring a page, you realize that a certain piece of text should be linked to a page that is not yet created. You do not want to stop authoring your page, or maybe you are not the right person to author the other page you want to link to.
Sharepoint 2010 : Use the Text Editing Control in a Page (part 3) - Add and Edit a Table
To add a table in a text control, place the cursor where you want the table to be added. Then switch to the Insert subribbon in the Editing Tools ribbon and click the Table button.
 
 
 
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