Getting Started

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Sep'13

Top 50 SharePoint Sites

A list of 50 Top SharePoint Sites to help you with your everyday SharePoint needs.

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16

Aug'13

How to Edit a SharePoint List Item with One-Click

To edit a list item, with the default list settings, the user would have to click twice to go to the Editing mode. In this blog, I'll show you how to add an Edit link column so you can edit list items with just one click.

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05

Aug'13

Using the Project Management Functionality in SharePoint 2013

Creating a Project Site becomes even easier with the arrival of SharePoint 2013. In this blog, I'll demonstrate the simple steps to create a Tasks List for a Project Site and upload project related documents to a SharePoint 2013 site.

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29

Jul'13

Intro to SharePoint Workflows

SharePoint 2010 workflows helps to reduce unnecessary interactions between people while performing business processes. This post is an introduction to workflows and looks at how you can utilize them to improve efficiency in the workplace.

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15

Jul'13

The SharePoint Sandbox

The SharePoint sandbox allows users to deploy their solutions- playing in the sand- and if something bad happens the environment..

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08

Jul'13

Three Ways to Create a SharePoint List

On a SharePoint 2010 site, you can find the link for creating a SharePoint list from many places. In this blog, I will show you how to find the link in three different ways and how to create a SharePoint list.

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03

Jul'13

How to Import an Excel Spreadsheet into a SharePoint 2010 List

In this blog, I'll demonstrate how to create a list on SharePoint 2010 that duplicates the columns and data of an Excel Spreadsheet by importing the spreadsheet to SharePoint.

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25

Jun'13

Intro to SharePoint Zones & URLs

For technical purposes a zone is a logical path through which users gain access to a web application- the URL is a common public face of a zone. The purpose of the zone is to let you into a web application, or other SharePoint application. Most people don't ever think about the zone- they envision a URL directly accessing the web application, but this idea completely skips over the idea of a zone. However, a web application can have multiple URLs which all lead to the same place and use the same zone.

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23

Apr'13

How to Setup SharePoint 2010: Web Application General Settings Configuration

This blog entry shows you how to configure SharePoint 2010 Web Application General Settings. On Central Administration, you can configure a list of settings for the web application, such as maximum number of alerts, 2-stage recycle bin and size limit of upload files. These setting apply to all the site collections and sites created on the web application.

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16

Apr'13

SharePoint 2010 Search Functions & Features

In today's fast-paced business world, searching effectively for information and tracking up-to-date changes of data is becoming a very important part of our skill set. Studies have shown that knowledge workers spend about 20% of their work time tracking down information. If we could speed up that process by making search more effective, we could therefore increase productivity and make bottom-line impact. In this blog, I will introduce you to some basic SharePoint functions & features including the Basic Search Box, Search Scope, Refinement Panel, Alert Me, RSS Feed, and Search SharePoint content in Windows Explorer. In my other blog post SharePoint Search Tips, you can dig deeper into how to create search strings that enhance search results.

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