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In SharePoint 2010 Getting Started, author Simon Allardice walks through the first few hours a new user will spend with SharePoint working with Web sites, communities, content, and search. This course covers creating and using SharePoint sites, lists and libraries, how SharePoint streamlines teamwork, Office integration, and solutions for workflows and business intelligence.
Thanks for joining us for this SharePoint 2010 Getting Started course. You should now feel comfortable being able to begin working with SharePoint sites. In just a couple of hours, we've covered the core of what SharePoint is and what it does. As you can tell, SharePoint is a huge product, and it can take time to really get this information. But as you become more and more comfortable working with SharePoint, you'll find new areas you want to explore. And you will find new ways it can help you get things done. Good luck working with SharePoint.
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