Editing pages on publishing sites


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Editing pages on publishing sites

In SharePoint 2007, the experience of editing pages on publishing sites was very different from editing pages on team sites or document workspaces. In SharePoint 2010, they've been brought much more inline with each other. If I'm on a publishing site and I'm looking at a fairly conventional Publishing Portal here, which is pretty much as it looks out of the box in SharePoint, I can shift this into Edit Page mode. I don't have an Edit Page icon like I would do on a team site or document workspace, but I can still get it from my Site Actions menu and just select Edit Page.

And this does shift into an Edit mode, but I don't see all my options on the Ribbon for Text Alignment and Text Styles. That's simply because when you're working with publishing pages, they all have to comply with a fairly formalized page layout. One of the settings you have on each publishing page is a Page Layout drop-down that says, okay, what kind of formatting does this page has to comply...

Editing pages on publishing sites
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Editing pages on publishing sites provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Simon Allardice as part of the SharePoint 2010 New Features

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