Learn about where and how to create a library.
- [Instructor] We've reached the final step…in the process of creating our documentation repository.…We've laid the groundwork with our templates,…site columns, and content types.…And now it's time to see how the magic happens…when we bring those into the library.…Up until this point, the catering department…has been keeping all of the documents related to an event…in folders in their email accounts.…This makes it difficult to find and track…when an event is coming up.…We've decided that a library in the catering events site…would help solve this issue.…So let's go to the catering site,…and then add a new library.…
Click New, and then click Document Library.…We'll call this Event Documents,…and then a description.…And click Create.…We have the library to store our documents,…but now we need to set them up so we can use our templates…within those documents.…We will do that next.…
AuthorShari L Oswald
- Why automate your documents?
- Planning your templates
- Creating a template library
- Working with content types
- Setting up the template library
- Building document libraries
- Creating and customizing document sets
- Adding a document to a library
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2. Working with Site Columns
3. Working with Content Types
4. Setting Up the Template Library
5. Building Your Document Libraries
Creating a library1m 3s
6. Working with Document Sets
7. Adding Documents to a Library
Next steps1m 25s
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