- [Instructor] Early versions of SharePoint…did not support co-authoring,…so the way that we ensured that two users…didn't accidentally change the same document…in different ways was to use a feature…called Check Out and Check In.…When you check out a document,…it's reserved to you exclusively as an editor…until you check it back in again.…And while Check In and Check Out…are not as commonly used as they used to be,…you might still have a business need…to check out a document.…You might still have SharePoint libraries…that require you to check out documents…for exclusive editing.…
Let me show you how you would check a document out…and check it back in.…Point to the document, click the Menu button,…choose More, and choose Check out to check a document out.…Notice that the Message Box…says Checking out item from Documents.…It's no longer in the Documents library,…it's now checked out to me,…is a way to think about that.…And notice that the icon for this document has changed.…There's a little downward-pointing green arrow…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Name the default level permissions are assigned in SharePoint.
- Recall what information on your profile is created from Active Directory that you won’t be able to change.
- Explain the limitation of a personal OneDrive account that makes it a poor choice for using with SharePoint.
- Define Noteworthy apps in SharePoint.
- Recall how to view your SharePoint team site in a browser view when using an Apple iOS device.
- Identify which board is built-in on a SharePoint.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with SharePoint Online
2. Work with SharePoint Sites
3. Edit and Save Documents
4. Share and Sync Documents
5. Work with List Apps
6. Go Mobile with SharePoint Online
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7. Integration: SharePoint 2016 and Office
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