Learn about editing content types.
- [Instructor] After you create your content types,…there may be a need to update the content type…by adding or removing site columns…or even changing which columns are required,…optional, or hidden.…Let's update the parent content type Sales Document…and add the Client Name field.…From the Content Type Site Gallery…go ahead and select the Sales Documents…and then select Sales Document.…Let's Add from existing site columns,…and choose Client Name,…and click Add,…and, finally, OK.…
We've added this to this Sales Document content type.…Let's look at what it did for the Sales Lead.…Again, from the Content Type Gallery,…filter for the group,…and then select the document.…Notice now the Client Name column is also here,…because it inherited from the parent.…If needed, we can also change these to required…and reorder them as necessary.…
Now that we have all of our content type started,…we're going to make this functional…for creating documents automatically.…
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
Skill Level Advanced
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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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