Learn about how to browse to a file, or use "Find a file" to search a library. Use the Search box to search multiple site libraries. Click a file's Menu button to display a preview. Click the preview or file hyperlink to open the file. Edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents with the Office Online apps and/or desktop versions of the products. Files created in other applications—such as Access—can be stored in document libraries and edited on the desktop.
- [Instructor] Microsoft's original imagining of Sharepoint…was a mechanism for being able to store and collaborate…on documents.…That's where we go next.…Documents are stored in libraries, remember that…we can search an entire site to be able to…find a document, and that search box is useful…if you have multiple document libraries on a site,…which is a possibility.…If you only have one, you can use the find a file…box to find a particular document that you're looking at.…Remember that any time you're viewing a list…or a library as part of a page, you may not be…seeing all the documents.…
It might be showing you 10 documents or most current…documents.…If you're looking then for a file and you use the…find a file box, it will find all of the documents,…and it's searching the entire library even if…those files aren't all shown here.…To open a file, we have some choices.…First, I can click the menu button to display the preview.…From here, if I wish to edit this document,…I can simply click and take this full screen,…
- Use SharePoint to create websites, collaboration spaces, and custom applications.
- List three ways a user can add documents to a SharePoint library.
- Modify documents simultaneously with coworkers and team members.
- Organize and share apps, lists, and libraries by choosing public views.
- Analyze content on all of your devices by syncing libraries and OneDrive.
- Organize a team site to promote collaboration.