The smart way to learn how to build InfoPath forms for SharePoint—one step at a time! Quickly teach yourself how to use Microsoft InfoPath 2010 to create electronic business forms for Microsoft SharePoint 2010. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Design and build InfoPath forms without writing code Add approval workflows to your InfoPath forms Integrate data from SharePoint and other company systems Create forms that offer a rich experience in the browser Build views and dashboards to display form information Create and use forms in the cloud with SharePoint Online
Laminated quick reference card showing step-by-step instructions and shortcuts for how to use collaboration features of Microsoft Office Word 2010. This guide is suitable as a training handout, or simply an easy to use reference guide, for any type of user. The following topics are covered: Turning On/Off Track Changes, Tracking Table Changes, Show/Hide the Reviewing Pane, Accepting/Rejecting Changes. Inserting Comments, Reviewing Comments, Show/Hide Comments, Deleting Comments, Changing What is Shown, Showing Deletions and Moves in Balloons, Hiding Formatting Changes, Turning Off/On Tracking Formatting. Hide/Show Specific Authors, Changing Author, Forcing Landscape Printing, Comparing Two Documents: Combining Multiple Documents, Comparing with Previous Versions, Comparing Documents Side by Side. Protecting your Document, Removing Personal or Hidden Information from a Document, Restricting Editing, Blocking Others from Editing Part of a Document Stored on SharePoint, Unblocking. Sharing a Document on SkyDrive, Sending a Link to a SkyDrive Folder, Sharing a Document on a SharePoint, Co-Authoring, Using the Navigation Pane While Co-Authoring, Resolving Conflicts. This guide is one of several titles available for Word 2010: Word 2010 Introduction, Word 2010 Formatting, Word 2010 Advanced, Word 2010 Mail, Merge & Forms, Word 2010 Templates & Macros, Word 2010 Collaboration Features.
Maximize Microsoft SharePoint 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
The smart way to learn Microsoft SharePoint 2013—one step at a time! Experience learning made easy—and quickly teach yourself how to boost team collaboration with SharePoint 2013. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Customize your team site’s layout, features, and apps Manage and share ideas, documents, and data Capture and organize content into lists and libraries Automate business processes with built-in workflows Use social features to communicate and collaborate Publish content using enhanced web content management
Access 2010 In Depth is the beyond-the-basics, beneath-the-surface guide for everyone who wants to streamline their work with Access 2010, and get more done in less time. Legendary Access expert Roger Jennings provides specific, tested, proven solutions to the problems Access database users and developers run into every day: challenges other books ignore or oversimplify. Jennings thoroughly covers all facets of working with Access 2010, and adds new chapters on integration and collaboration with Microsoft SharePoint and emulating Table Triggers with Access Data Macros. New coverage also includes: customizable Ribbon and Themes; the revamped Macro Designer; Quick Start Fields; IntelliSense support in Expression Builder; Application Parts and Navigation Forms; conditional formatting and data bars in reports; and new web database publishing techniques. As with all In Depth books, Access 2010 In Depth presents comprehensive coverage, breakthrough techniques, exclusive shortcuts, quick access to information, troubleshooting help for tough problems, and real-world examples with nothing glossed over or left out. Step-by-step instructions with icons guide readers through essential tasks such as designing tables, entering data, importing external data, designing and executing queries, and designing data entry forms and printed reports. Additional chapters on advanced form and report design emphasize data entry efficiency and presentation clarity. By Roger Jennings, a world-renowned Access expert who has sold more than 1.25 million books! Covers all aspects of working with Access 2010, from the customizable Ribbon and Themes to conditional formatting, advanced web database publishing to SharePoint collaboration For everyone who wants to get the most out of Access 2010, from hobbyists to power users to corporate developers
Experience learning made easy-and quickly teach yourself how to use Microsoft SharePoint Foundation to enable effective team collaboration. With Step By Step, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Build your own SharePoint site with easy-to-use templates Create lists and libraries to store information Add discussion boards, wikis, and blogs Set up Document and Meeting Workspaces for easy collaboration Share calendars, contacts, and data from Microsoft Office programs Customize your pages with Web Parts Your all-in-one learning experience includes: Files for building skills and practicing the book's lessons Plus other resources on the Web
Experience learning made easy—and quickly teach yourself how to create professional-looking business and technical diagrams with Visio 2010. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Build a variety of charts and diagrams with Visio templates Draw organization charts, floor plans, flowcharts, and more Apply color, text, and themes to your Visio diagrams Use Visio shapes to link to, store, and visualize data Collaborate on diagrams with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Create custom diagrams with your own shapes and templates Your Step by Step digital content includes: All the book's practice files—ready to download and put to work. Fully searchable online edition of this book—with unlimited access on the Web. Free online account required.
Learning Microsoft’s Business Collaboration Platform
Author: Anthony Smith,Tony Smith
Provides an examination of the next generation of Microsoft SharePoint technologies, explaining how to use the technologies to extend the information sharing and collaboration capabilities to develop enterprise information management, sharing and collaboration solutions.
Author: Alison Barrows,Joseph C. Stockman,Allen G. Taylor
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Presents a guide to the latest version of the database management application, discussing the changes to the program's interface, as well as concepts including tables, relational database design, data integrity, formats, queries, wizards, forms, and new power user tools.
Leverage the full power of Excel formulas Excel 2016 Formulas is fully updated to cover all of the tips, tricks, and techniques you need to maximize the power of Excel 2016 through the use of formulas. This comprehensive book explains how to create financial formulas, release the power of array formulas, develop custom worksheet functions with VBA, debug formulas, and much more. Whether you're a beginner, a power user, or somewhere in between this is your essential go-to for the latest on Excel formulas. When conducting simple math or building highly complicated spreadsheets that require formulas up to the task, leveraging the right formula can heighten the accuracy and efficiency of your work, and can improve the speed with which you compile and analyze data. Understanding which formulas to use and knowing how to create a formula when you need to are essential. Access tips, tricks, and techniques that have been fully updated to reflect the latest capabilities of Microsoft Excel Create and use formulas that have the power to transform your Excel experience Leverage supplemental material online, including sample files, templates, and worksheets from the book
Here's the bestselling guide on SharePoint 2010, updated to cover Office 365 SharePoint Portal Server is an essential part of the enterprise infrastructure for many businesses. The Office 365 version includes significantly enhanced cloud capabilities. This second edition of the bestselling guide to SharePoint covers getting a SharePoint site up and running, branded, populated with content, and more. It explains ongoing site management and offers plenty of advice for administrators who want to leverage SharePoint and Office 365 in various ways. Many businesses today rely on SharePoint Portal Server to aggregate SharePoint sites, information, and applications into a single portal This updated edition covers the enhanced cloud capacities of Office 365 and Microsoft SharePoint Online Shows how to use SharePoint to leverage data centers and collaborate with both internal and external customers, including partners and clients Covers getting a site up and running, populating it with content, branding it, and managing the site long term Administrators and small-business website managers will find SharePoint 2010 For Dummies, 2nd Edition gives them the information they need to make the most of this technology.
OneNote lets you organize, access, and share notes on multiple devices. This guide shows you how to take full advantage of everything it offers-- text recognition, the ability to include data from other Office apps, and more!
Fuller and Cook help you unlock the magic of databases so you can manage it all and make it useful with the tools in Access 2016. This guide will help you organize your data, produce reports that make you look like a genius, and create forms that enable your staff to enter and manage more data.
4-page laminated quick reference guide showing step-by-step instructions and shortcuts for how to use Microsoft Windows 8. Includes touch interface. The following topics are covered: Getting Started: Starting Windows/Login; The Start Screen; Windows Store Apps and Desktop Apps; Accessing the Desktop; Starting a Desktop or Windows Store App; Accessories (Calculator, Notepad, etc.); Switching Between Apps and Desktop Windows - Using the Switch List; Closing a Windows Store App; Closing a Desktop Window or App; Windows Charms, Using the Share Charm; Searching; Working with Multiple Monitors; Opening Files, Folders and Libraries; Saving a Document; Using the Shortcut Menu; Showing Windows Store App Commands and Navigation. Organizing Tiles & Apps: Creating a Tile Group; Naming a Tile Group; Rearranging Start Screen Tiles; Adding an App Tile to the Start Screen; Creating Secondary Tiles; Always Show a Windows Store App (Snapping). Working on the Desktop: Pinning a Desktop App to the Taskbar; Using Taskbar Jump Lists (Recently Used Files, Pinned Files, Common Tasks);Pinning Files to Taskbar Jump Lists; Switching Between Windows Using the Taskbar; Resizing a Desktop Window; Moving a Desktop Window; Making a Desktop Window Large (Maximize); Hiding a Desktop Window (Minimize); Using the Notification Area (Printing, Security, Sound, etc.). File Management: Folders, Libraries & Favorites: Starting File Explorer; Working with the Ribbon; Navigation Pane, Preview Pane & Details Pane; Changing How Items are Displayed, Changing Views, Grouping & Sorting; Navigating Folders in File Explorer; Opening a Second Explorer Window; Creating a Folder; Renaming Files or Folders; Working with Libraries; Selecting Multiple Items, Selecting with Checkboxes; Moving and Copying Files and Folders, Moving and Copying with Cut, Copy & Paste; Creating a Shortcut to a Document, Folder, or Other Item; Zipping Files or Folders; Deleting Files or Folders; Pinning to Start; Adding a Folder or Library to Favorites; Searching in File Explorer; Burning to a CD/DVD. Settings & Troubleshooting: Using the Settings Charm; Using the Control Panel; Setting up WiFi; Using Airplane Mode; What to Try if an App Freezes. Users & Security: Viewing a Password While Typing; Changing Users; Ending your Windows Session; Changing Login Password; Creating a Picture Password; Getting Help.
Simplify SharePoint with this comprehensive, understandable guide SharePoint is a Microsoft technology that enables project collaboration through a single portal. It can be complex, but not when approached the Dummies way! This guide offers eight self-contained minibooks that examine each aspect of SharePoint 2010. Whether you're an experienced administrator or developer or you're just getting your feet wet, you'll find it's easy to locate what you need and learn to install, configure, and manage a SharePoint portal. You can dig as deeply into SharePoint as you want or need to. SharePoint 2010 is the newest version of collaboration technology that allows you to aggregate SharePoint sites, information, and applications into a single portal Administrators, page producers, and developers will be able to get SharePoint installed, configured, and running with the advice in this guide Eight minibooks address the Microsoft Office SharePoint system, SharePoint services, collaboration, SharePoint Server, enterprise content management, managing users, architecting SharePoint, and SharePoint deployment Covers planning, installation, configuration, performance, troubleshooting, data structure, and more If you work with SharePoint, you'll find Microsoft SharePoint 2010 All-in-One For Dummies provides what you need to get starting and keep going with SharePoint 2010.
"SharePoint 2016 may seem complicated, but this book makes it easy to get up to speed! It includes everything you need to know to understand, manage, and customize your site. You'll learn to work with apps, collaborate internally and externally, go mobile, develop workflows, and so much more!"--Page 4 of cover.
How to Create a Project Management Information System (PMIS) with SharePoint
Author: Dux Raymond Sy
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
"If you are a project manager looking for a technology-based, easily implemented, and usable solution for project communications, document management, and general project organization, this book is for you!"-Susan Weese, PgMP, President and Founder, Rhyming Planet Most companies don't understand SharePoint's power, and use it simply to share documents or spreadsheets. This hands-on book demonstrates how SharePoint can also help you organize and manage complex projects. With SharePoint for Project Management, you'll not only understand how to apply common and practical project management concepts in SharePoint, you'll learn how to build a Project Management Information System (PMIS), customized to your project, that can efficiently coordinate communication and collaboration among team members. With this book, you will: Learn to apply key project management techniques by leveraging SharePoint as a PMIS Track a case study that illustrates the circumstances and processes of an effective SharePoint PMIS Appropriately define access permissions for project stakeholders and team members Centralize project documents and keep track of document history with version control Automate project reporting mechanisms and generate on-demand status reports Track project schedules, control changes, and manage project risks Integrate project management tools such as Excel, Microsoft Project, PowerPoint, and Outlook Each chapter includes activities that let you practice what you learn. Most SharePoint books are either too introductory (for end users), or too technical (for system administrators). SharePoint for Project Management is just what project managers like you need to learn how to harness the organizational abilities of this powerful software.
The bestselling guide on running SharePoint, now updated to cover all the new features of SharePoint 2013 SharePoint Portal Server is an essential part of the enterprise infrastructure for many businesses. Building on the success of previous versions of SharePoint For Dummies, this new edition covers all the latest features of SharePoint 2013 and provides you with an easy-to-understand resource for making the most of all that this version has to offer. You'll learn how to get a site up and running, branded, and populated with content, workflow, and management. In addition, this new edition includes essential need-to-know information for administrators, techsumers, and page admins who want to leverage the cloud-hosted features online, either as a standalone product or in conjunction with an existing SharePoint infrastructure. Walks you through getting a SharePoint site up and running effectively and efficiently Explains ongoing site management and offers plenty of advice for administrators who want to leverage SharePoint and Office 365 in various ways Shows how to use SharePoint to leverage data centers and collaborate with both internal and external customers, including partners and clients SharePoint 2013 For Dummies is essential reading if you want to make the most of this technology.