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Essential SharePoint 2007 A Practical Guide for Users, Administrators and Developers

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ISBN-10: 0596514077

ISBN-13: 9780596514075

Edition: 2nd 2007 (Revised)

Authors: Jeff Webb

List price: $39.99
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If you're considering the vastly improved 2007 version of SharePoint, this concise, practical and friendly guide will teach you how to get the most from the latest version of Microsoft's information-sharing and collaboration platform. Essential SharePoint 2007 demonstrates how your business can use SharePoint to control documents, structure workflow, and share information over the Web using standard tools business users already know -- Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer. Written in a conversational tone by internationally recognized SharePoint consultant and trainer Jeff Webb, this book helps SharePoint administrators, site owners, and power users quickly gain the skills necessary to…    
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Book details

List price: $39.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/21/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 448
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.540
Language: English

Eric is the author of the critically acclaimed online tutorial Introduction to HTML, as well as some other semi-popular Web pages. He is a member of the CSS&FP Working Group and the author of Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide.Jeff Webb is a SharePoint consultant and trainer who has written about computers and technology for 20 years. Among his published O'Reilly titles are Essential SharePoint, SharePoint Office Pocket Guide, Programming Excel with VBA and .NET, and Excel 2003 Programming: A Developer's Notebook. Jeff was an original member of Microsoft's Visual Basic team.

Using SharePoint
How Does This Help Me Do My Job?
What Types of Sites Can I Create?
What Software Do I Need?
Parts of a Page
Creating Sites
Putting SharePoint to Work
Best Practices
Word, Excel, and Outlook
Setting Client Security
Editing, Saving, and Sharing Documents
Editing Lists in Excel
Viewing SharePoint Calendars from Outlook
Organizing Meetings from Outlook
Sharing Contacts with Outlook
Best Practices
Creating Sites
Choosing a Location and Template
Customizing Site Navigation
Summarizing Content with Web Parts
Adding Other Pages
Setting Security (Controlling Access)
Changing the General Appearance
Creating Custom Themes
Applying Stylesheets
Creating and Using Site Templates
Best Practices
Creating Lists
Using Built-in List Templates
Adding Columns
Adding Site Columns
Creating Views
Renaming a List and Changing Other Settings
Controlling Access to Lists
Editing List Pages
Saving the List As a Template
Deploying List Templates
Best Practices
Creating Libraries
Using the Built-in Library Templates
Changing Library Settings
Adding Content Types
Organizing Libraries
Saving a Library As a Template
Creating Library Applications
Best Practices
Building Pages
Using the Built-in Web Parts
Customizing List View Web Parts
Creating Client-Side Web Parts
Filtering Lists and Libraries in MOSS
Connecting to Data with WSRP in MOSS
Modifying Master Pages
Best Practices
Creating My Sites, Blogs, and Wikis
Creating My Sites in MOSS
Creating Blogs
Creating Wikis
Best Practices
Enabling Email and Workflow
Receiving Alerts
Emailing Task Assignments
Changing the From Address
Time-Driven Alerts
Emailing from Libraries
Emailing to Libraries
Creating Workflows
Creating Workflows in MOSS
Best Practices
RSS, Rollups, and Site Maps
RSS at a Glance
Using Rollups
Rollups Without MOSS
Providing Site Maps
Best Practices
Gathering Data with InfoPath
What Software Do You Need?
Using Form Libraries
Customizing Forms
Making a Form Read-Only
Populate a Control from a List
Validating Data
Preventing Changes to Form Templates
Using InfoPath Forms Services
Programming InfoPath
Setting Trust
Best Practices
Programming Web Parts
What to Build When...
What to Download
Creating Hosted Web Parts
Preparing to Develop Rendered Web Parts
Converting Existing Projects
Programming Rendered Web Parts
Creating Web Part Appearance
Adding Child Controls
Working on the Client Side
Understanding Event Order
Adding Properties
Exporting Web Parts
Adding Menus
Customizing the Property Task Pane
Connecting Parts
Deploying Web Parts
Best Practices
Consuming SharePoint Services
Choosing an Approach
Using the Office Object Model
Using Web Services
Using URL Commands
Using RPC
Best Practices
Administering SharePoint
Installing SharePoint
Enabling Internet Access
Enabling Anonymous Access
Enabling Forms-Based Authentication
Using Zones
Enabling Self-Service Site Creation
Scheduling Backups
Auditing Activity
Enabling PDFs and Other File Types
Best Practices
Reference Tables