Join Simon Allardice for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving changes in SharePoint, part of SharePoint 2010 Getting Started.
Let's talk about a pretty basic skill here.…You need to get a document from your machine and save it into SharePoint.…That could be a Word document, an Excel spreadsheet;…it really doesn't matter.…The most important thing you need here is the address of the SharePoint site.…If you've never been to that site before, you need to check to make sure that you can.…If you can't open up a Web browser, paste in that address and go there, you…certainly won't be able to do anything to it through Office.…Even if you can go to this site, do you have the permission to upload?…The way to check that is to go to the Document Library you want to upload to and…see, do I have the Add Document link?…If you don't have permission to create a document in this library, you won't see that link.…
The next question is where do I want to drive this from?…I can get this document into SharePoint either by telling SharePoint to do…something, or by telling, in this case, the Office applications.…I can save it from Excel, or I can upload it from SharePoint.…
- Exploring the SharePoint product line
- Creating a Web site
- Understanding document and meeting workspaces
- Setting site permissions
- Working with Office 2010 and SharePoint
- Checking documents in and out
- Versioning documents
- Social networking in SharePoint
Skill Level Beginner
1. SharePoint 101
Using SharePoint8m 8s
2. Sites and Workspaces
3. SharePoint Tools
4. Microsoft Office 2010 and SharePoint
5. Basic Functions in SharePoint
6. Expanded Functions in SharePoint
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