Join Mark Abdelnour for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with document libraries and lists, part of Managing Documents with SharePoint 2010.
When a document workspace is created by default a Shared Documents/Document Library is created.…This is the spot where you and your colleagues can upload files and collaborate on them.…So within this Document Library called Shared Documents, I'm going to add the file that…this team will be working on.…Click on Browse, go to my local drive, and it's called the EC Winter Brochure 2012, click Open and OK.…Now as this file is uploading, it's really important to note that this library is the…central repository for all the files related to this document that we're working on.…
So with that said, much like any other Document Library in SharePoint, it has the same functionality.…So you do still have to check out your files, make your edits, and check them back in.…Many of the features like sending links to files, looking at version history are all…still active within this library.…It will act exactly the same way as other libraries with the key difference being that…this library is the central location for the files related to this project that you're working on.…
An ideal primer for those new to SharePoint, this course demonstrates how to use the platform to accomplish your daily tasks.
- Uploading files
- Organizing your document library
- Editing documents
- Tracking document changes and version history
- Emailing links to documents
- Setting alerts
- Working in the Explorer and Datasheet views
- Exploring navigation hierarchies and key filters
- Creating personal views
- Getting the most out of document workspaces
Skill Level Beginner
1. SharePoint 2010
2. Loading Files into a Document Library
3. Document Collaboration and Management
4. Working with Document Views
5. Using Document Workspaces
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