How to Do Everything: Microsoft SharePoint 2010

  • 3h 9m
  • Stephen Cawood
  • McGraw-Hill/Osborne
  • 2010

In How to Do Everything: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Stephen Cawood—a former member of the SharePoint development team—explains how to get the most out of this powerful business collaboration platform. Learn how to use document management functions, wikis, taxonomy, blogs, My Sites, web parts, and more. Take full advantage of the content management, enterprise search, collaboration, and information-sharing capabilities of SharePoint 2010 with help from this practical guide.

  • Set up a SharePoint site
  • Add documents, use the SharePoint content approval workflow, and work with document versioning features
  • Collaborate with others during discussion boards, blogs, wikis, events, surveys, calendars, and workspaces
  • Use social tagging to create a folksonomy of keywords
  • Create a taxonomy hierarchy using Enterprise Managed Metadata
  • Build publishing sites, My Sites, and public-facing websites
  • Show data on pages using web parts
  • Customize lists, forms, site themes, and navigation
  • Use SharePoint with client applications, including Microsoft Office Backstage, Outlook, InfoPath, SharePoint Designer, and third-party applications

About the Author

Stephen Cawood is a former Microsoft SharePoint Program Manager who wrote specifications for SharePoint. He is currently the Director of Community and Support Services at Metalogix Software. Stephen blogs about SharePoint at

In this Book

  • Introduction and SharePoint History
  • SharePoint Concepts
  • Working with Documents
  • Collaboration
  • Tagging and Taxonomy
  • Publishing Sites
  • My Sites and Personalization
  • Web Parts
  • Customization
  • Using SharePoint with Client Applications
  • Template Reference for Libraries, Lists, Pages, and Sites


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