How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2013

  • 3h 25m
  • Stephen Cawood
  • McGraw-Hill/Osborne
  • 2013

Written by a former member of the SharePoint development team, How to Do Everything: Microsoft SharePoint 2013 shows you how to get the most out of the latest release of this dynamic business collaboration platform. You’ll learn to set up SharePoint sites and use document management, wikis, taxonomy, blogs, social features, and more to organize, manage, and share content. Real-world examples help you accomplish tasks quickly and easily. Basic information on SharePoint development and administration is also included in this practical guide.

  • Work with sites, apps, lists, libraries, and items
  • Upload documents, manage files with document libraries, and use document versioning and content approval features
  • Collaborate via discussion boards, blogs, wikis, events, surveys, calendars, and newsfeeds
  • Use social tagging, enable a folksonomy, and use enterprise keywords
  • Create a taxonomy hierarchy using enterprise managed metadata
  • Build publishing sites, personal sites, and websites
  • Display data on pages using web and app parts
  • Customize apps, lists, forms, and navigation
  • Use SharePoint with client applications, including Microsoft Office, Outlook, InfoPath, SharePoint Designer, and third-party applications
  • Learn the basics of SharePoint administration and development

About the Author

Stephen Cawood is a SharePoint MVP and former Microsoft Program Manager on the MCMS and SharePoint product teams. During his time on the SharePoint development team, Stephen wrote specifications for SharePoint. He is also the founder of the Halifax SharePoint Users group. Stephen has written a number of books, including How to Do Everything: SharePoint 2010 and two editions the Microsoft XNA Game Studio Creators Guide. He has received three patent awards for his work on web-based content management.

In this Book

  • Introduction and SharePoint History
  • SharePoint Concepts
  • Working with Documents
  • Collaboration
  • Tagging and Taxonomy
  • Publishing Sites
  • Personal Sites and Personalization
  • Web Parts and App Parts
  • Customization
  • Using SharePoint with Client Applications
  • Introduction to SharePoint Administration
  • Introduction to SharePoint Development
  • Template Reference for Apps, Pages, and Sites
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