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Sharepoint 2010 : Use the Text Editing Control in a Page (part 2) - Add and Edit a Picture
To add a picture to a text editing control, place the cursor where you want the picture to be added and switch to the Insert tab in the Editing Tools ribbon. Open the drop-down menu under the button to expose the options to upload an image from your computer, select an image somewhere else on the web using its address, or select a picture that was already uploaded to the site.
Sharepoint 2010 : Use the Text Editing Control in a Page (part 1) - Add a Hyperlink
Some pages have text editing controls embedded in them. This is true of all wiki pages and most publishing pages. You can type rich text in these controls, including pictures, videos, links, tables, and even web parts
Working with the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (part 9) - Performing Basic Administrative Tasks
Windows PowerShell makes it easier to complete both types of administrative tasks. You can loop around a large number of objects and incorporate the scripts into automated tasks so that administrative tasks can be completed in less time.
Working with the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (part 8)
The most common objects that these cmdlets manipulate are the SPSite, SPServer, SPWeb, SPBusinessDataCatalogue, and SPConfigurationDatabase objects. Because Windows PowerShell is mainly an administrator’s tool, and these are the components an administrator manages, this spread of cmdlet is not unexpected
Working with the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (part 7) - Using Parameters
Notice that there are four ways to use Get-SPSite, and each syntax has an –AssignmentCollection parameter. The –AssignmentCollection parameter relates to an important aspect of the built-in SharePoint cmdlet, which is examined in more detail in the sidebar titled Memory Considerations When Using Windows PowerShell.
Working with the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (part 6)
Windows PowerShell contains an extensive built-in help system, and you can access it quickly by typing help at the command-line interface. This is an alias for the cmdlet Get-Help. You can even get help about Get-Help by typing Get-Help Get-Help.
Working with the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (part 5) - Using Verbs
SharePoint uses common verbs that you have seen with other sets of cmdlets; there are also a number of new verbs added in SharePoint that you may not have seen. Again, you can find these by using the Get-Command cmdlet, as shown here.
Working with the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (part 4) - Understanding Properties and Methods
Everything that SharePoint knows about an object is stored in data elements and values known as properties, which also describe the state of that object. For example, the SPContentDatabase object contains all the information about the content databases within the farm.
Working with the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (part 3) - Working with Objects
Window PowerShell cmdlets are utilities that are built on top of application interfaces, and in the case of SharePoint 2010, the SharePoint Object Module, and SharePoint Web Services, that allow administrators to complete a number of tasks.
Working with the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (part 2) - Understanding cmdlets
Window PowerShell cmdlets are utilities that are built on top of application interfaces, and in the case of SharePoint 2010, the SharePoint Object Module, and SharePoint Web Services, that allow administrators to complete a number of tasks.
Working with the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (part 1)
To open the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell, click Start, and then select Programs, Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products, and finally, SharePoint 2010 Management Shell
SharePoint 2010 : Edit the Contents of a Page
To change the display, you must view the page in editing mode—a mode that enables you to edit the page. You can make such changes after you switch to editing mode.
SharePoint 2010 : Change the Page Layout of a Publishing Page
You might want to change the page layout that was selected when the page was created. For example, say that a page was created with the “body only” layout, and you want to change it to a layout that includes a web part zone or an image on one side of the text.
SharePoint 2010 : Authoring Pages - Edit the Properties of a Page
ou want to change properties such as the page layout of a publishing page and the title of the page (that is displayed at the top of the user’s browser and in the navigational breadcrumbs, and possibly in other locations on the site), the caption for the page, the page’s description, and the page’s image (which also may appear in different locations on the site).
SharePoint 2010 : Authoring Pages - Create a New Page (part 2)
When you choose to create a new wiki page, the name box appears on the right side of the Create dialog with Silverlight or, if you are using the Create dialog without Silverlight, a New Page dialog appears, asking for the name for the new page.
SharePoint 2010 : Authoring Pages - Create a New Page (part 1)
You add pages to SharePoint sites by creating new pages in document libraries or new wiki pages in wiki page libraries. In most sites, the option to create a new page is shown under the Site Action menu as New Page.
SharePoint 2010 : Managing Systems Remotely with WinRM
Windows PowerShell 2.0 introduces a new capability to manage your systems remotely from your desktop by using either WinRM or Internet Information Server (IIS). WinRM is often the mechanism used by administrators and the subject of this section.
SharePoint 2010 : Installing Windows PowerShell
Computers running Windows 7 or Windows 2008 R2 or later include Windows PowerShell 2.0 and Windows Remote Management (WinRM) 2.0. If you want to manage computers using earlier operating systems locally or remotely using Windows PowerShell, you will need to install both Windows PowerShell 2.0 and WinRM 2.0.
SharePoint 2010 : Using Windows PowerShell: The Basics
Traditionally, administrating a server on which Microsoft products are installed has involved learning a number of administrator tools, such as graphical interfaces based on the Microsoft Management Console (MMC), known as MMC snap-ins;
SharePoint 2010 : Modify a View
The easiest way to change a view is to switch to the view that you want to modify, and then click the view name in the breadcrumbs (in the Browse dialog) and choose Modify This View.
SharePoint 2010 : Create Mobile Views
Today, many people have mobile phones and other small mobile devices capable of displaying websites. However, the size of a device’s screen and its resolution limits how much a user can see.
Uninstalling SharePoint 2010
There may come a time where you need to remove SharePoint 2010 from a server to allow that server to be used by another application.
Configuring a SharePoint 2010 Installation (part 1) - Renaming the Central Administration Database
After the SharePoint configuration database, the Central Administration database is the second most important database that SharePoint uses, and unless you perform a command-line installation, it uses the default user name with a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID)
Configuring a SharePoint 2010 Installation (part 1) - Running the Farm Configuration Wizard
When you successfully complete the installation of any edition of SharePoint 2010, you will have a new program group on your Start menu called Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products.
SharePoint 2010 : Enable or Disable Inline Editing in a View
An advanced option available for standard views is to allow inline editing. This option changes the view to allow users to edit the details of a list item or a document without opening the Edit Properties dialog
Performing SharePoint 2010 Installations (part 5)
The SharePoint Foundation 2010 Complete installation is quite similar to the SharePoint 2010 Complete installation.
Performing SharePoint 2010 Installations (part 4)
In the second phase of the SharePoint 2010 Complete installation, you are actually building and configuring your SharePoint farm using options that you specify throughout the wizard.
Performing SharePoint 2010 Installations (part 3)
The Standalone installation of SharePoint Foundation 2010 is quite similar to the same installation for SharePoint 2010 Standalone edition. The differences you will see during the installation itself are as follows.
Performing SharePoint 2010 Installations (part 2)
In the second phase of a SharePoint 2010 Standalone installation, you are actually building and configuring your SharePoint farm using most of the default built-in options. Your configuration database, the Central Administration interface and its supporting database, and the service application are registered and started, and then their supporting databases are created.
Performing SharePoint 2010 Installations (part 1) - SharePoint 2010 Standalone Installation
The Standalone, or single server, installation option for SharePoint 2010 will create everything for you with minimal prompts during the installation, and it prevents you from adding other servers or building a farm.
 
 
 
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