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Mastering SharePoint 2010

Make SharePoint work the way you want it to.

There are two ways to implement SharePoint: successfully – or not! Do it the right way now and boost your productivity for years to come with Mastering SharePoint 2010: Navigate, Interact and Collaborate with Ease.

This concise Executive Summary does exactly what the title promises: makes you the master of SharePoint. Quickly, too. Your success is guaranteed.

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Dear Colleague:

Now what?

Your department moved all its files, documents and communications to SharePoint. The only problem is, no one told you how to use it.

Oh, sure, someone may have given you a handout or even done a training presentation with PowerPoint. But this SharePoint thing still largely remains a mystery to you.

How frustrating! SharePoint could help you and your team achieve great things. But it just gets in the way unless someone shows you the way to use it properly.
Fortunately, your guide has arrived. Soon you’ll truly understand what SharePoint is and what it can do … how you can share and store important documents … and, best of all, how to collaborate on projects where you’re expected to achieve excellence on a deadline. (That’s pretty much every project, isn’t it?) All thanks to Mastering SharePoint 2010: Navigate, Interact and Collaborate with Ease.
In 24 pages that are easy to read yet packed with information, this Executive Summary reveals both the power and flexibility of SharePoint 2010. You’ll discover how to:
  • Easily move among sites, pages, lists and libraries, and how to add list data and documents
  • Control the sharing of documents by using library settings … co-author documents … collaborate with blogs, surveys and discussion boards
  • Make SharePoint obey you instead of the other way around, because there’s more than one way to accomplish most tasks (if you know how)
Mastering SharePoint is geared toward end users like you, not just administrators or tech support. You’ll learn by reading … by doing … and by seeing, with 33 screen captures that illuminate key points and instructions.
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There’s one sure way to get hands-on help with SharePoint. Get your hands on this Executive Summary from an expert: Melissa Esquibel.

Melissa is a Microsoft® Certified Trainer with a unique perspective: more than 25 years of expertise in both information technology and training. That means she’s uniquely qualified to share her expertise with you, with the right words and visuals to make comprehension and implementation easy. Which is a fancy way of saying: You’ll get it – fast.

In fact, Melissa originally presented this training as a live webinar. We asked her to turn that event into an Executive Summary, so all the content is instantly available whenever you need it. She even included the audience Q&A.

Your training begins as Melissa addresses the basic question, WHAT IS SHAREPOINT? You’ll discover:
  • Why SharePoint feels like a website. In fact, many sites you visit are SharePoint sites that have “gone public.” But SharePoint also gives you the capabilities of a web platform and a shared network drive. Confused? Better read Melissa’s explanation.
  • The structure of SharePoint. Sites, sub-sites, pages, lists, libraries, content – you’ll know the hierarchy and what it means.
  • How to navigate. First you’ll learn tips for quickly accessing SharePoint with your browser. Then you’ll explore the Ribbon interface … Top Link Bar … Breadcrumb Trail … and Quick Launch Menu. Just take ’em one at a time.
Now that you have a handle on what SharePoint is, you’re ready to begin WORKING WITH LISTS. It starts with understanding what “list” means in SharePoint (for example, a calendar is a list). Then you’ll learn:
  • Three ways to add entries. Choose from buttons at the end of the list, on the Ribbon or in the DataSheet Mastering SharePoint 2010View. Don’t worry, screen captures show you exactly where to find those buttons.
  • Four ways to edit entries. With four more screen captures to make it easy. Plus: How to save your edits.
  • Two ways to create lists. You’ll also learn how to tell if you have permission to create a list on a particular sub-site.
  • One way to import lists. What, just one? Yes, but this one technique can save you several hours of time, because you won’t have to rebuild lists from Excel. Note: You may see a spinning wheel. Good thing Melissa tells you what to do.
Onward and upward! SharePoint is great at managing documents. (Once again, you need to know the jargon: A document is any type of file, from jpegs to PDFs.) The next section, WORKING WITH LIBRARIES, addresses:
  • Multiple ways of adding documents. While SharePoint is mostly “browser agnostic,” uploading multiple files at once works best in Internet Explorer. There’s a special tip for Windows 7 users, too.
  • Editing documents and how they’re identified. Make sure all your hard work is easily found by everyone who needs it. You’ll also discover what a “thick client” is. (Hint: nothing to do with intelligence or girth.)
  • Creating libraries. Melissa’s recommendation: Do not use the default Team Site Library called Share Documents. Instead you’ll want specific libraries for specific uses. No problem – you’ll see precisely how to create them.
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You’ve already discovered plenty of reasons to order Mastering SharePoint 2010. But this Executive Summary gives you even more ways to master the art of collaboration.

We asked Melissa to keep adding value to Mastering SharePoint 2010 – so you can keep gaining productivity. Who knows, you may even get out of the office on time for a change!

The tips continue with WORKING WITH SETTINGS. You’ll discover how to make Libraries and Lists meet your specific needs. Melissa really gets down to details here. You’ll learn how to:
  • Work with Folders and Columns. Make sure your Folders don’t just repeat the structure of your network drives, which may not be the best way to access info. With Columns, you basically establish your “database” fields, so it’s vital to get these right, too.
  • Dig deep into Library Settings. Master the Check In/Check Out function, and avoid a problem that could bring collaboration to a screeching halt. Also explore Co-Authorship, which is new in SharePoint 2010.
  • Craft lists to do exactly what you want. Your options include Enable Attachments, Item Level Security and Datasheet View. That last one makes it easy to edit info right in the list on your screen.
Want MORE WAYS TO COLLABORATE? You’ve got ’em:
  • Discussion Boards. You can initiate or reply, naturally. Want to control content approval? Melissa shows you how to take charge.
  • Surveys. Why buy separate software? SharePoint makes it easy to create a survey for your team. (Wouldn’t that be great? Y/N.)
  • Blogs. Let your team members post their wisdom for everyone’s benefit. Want to avoid redundant keystroking? Learn how to save a Word 2010 Document directly to SharePoint.
Can you feel the mastery building? Now you’re ready to take the final step and start CREATING YOUR OWN VIEWS. Even if someone else has determined default or custom views, you may want a view specifically for your purposes. Melissa shows you the precise 9 steps to take, so even this advanced function is easy to master.
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Mastering SharePoint 2010: Navigate, Interact and Collaborate with Ease gives you all the content from the live webinar – even questions from the audience and Melissa’s insightful answers. It’s all yours with this Executive Summary – and all with a money-back guarantee.

Melissa attracts big audiences for her webinars, and the attendees always ask incisive questions. You’ll benefit from her answers about:
  • How to make sure only certain people can see draft documents. A great way to prevent too many cooks from spoiling the doc.
  • Mastering SharePoint 2010How to get a list to appear in a certain order. Melissa shows you two different Sort criteria. Have it your way.
  • What to do if you can’t find the option to create a new Library or List. Maybe you don’t have access – and maybe it’s time to create your own team site. With Melissa’s tips, your site is sure to impress. (Then you can decide whether to grant them access.)
  • What to do when two people get into a co-authored document at the same time. Type faster! Just kidding. You’ll learn how to track changes, resolve conflicts, etc.
  • How to delete a List or Library. There’s a secret: You need to be in the List or Library in order to delete it. Melissa shows you how to do the deed – and get out fast.
Amazingly, you get all the content you’ve read about here – in easy-to-follow, step-by-step detail – in just 24 pages. We respect your valuable time. There’s no fluff, no filler, just dozens of productivity boosters waiting for you to implement them at your own pace.
One more point. Not only will this Executive Summary make you more fluent in SharePoint, but you’ll be able to help others as well. Your whole team will do better – which is how collaboration is supposed to work. Yet another reason to order Mastering SharePoint 2010: Navigate, Interact and Collaborate with Ease.
May I share a few words about value? Attendees at Melissa’s live webinar gladly paid $197 for this training. You’ll receive the same content for far less with the Executive Summary, and you’ll have my money-back guarantee.

Easy navigation, easy interaction, easy collaboration. With zero risk, your decision to order becomes easy, too.


Regards,

Phillip Ash

Phillip A. Ash
Publisher
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P.S. First share, then shine. Will mastering SharePoint help you stand out as a key member of your team? Will it look good when management decides who gets a raise? Could it tip the balance when you and a colleague are vying for a promotion?

Yes, yes and yes again. Order now.


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