You can use the familiar Windows Explorer to copy and paste documents into a document library from SharePoint 2010. To access the Windows Explorer folder of a document library: [more…]
You can use folders within your SharePoint 2010 document libraries as a means to organize your documents. So maybe you have a document library and you have a subset of files that only supervisors should [more…]
SharePoint 2010 provides many kinds of lists that you can use to track information. A list is similar to an Excel spreadsheet or a table in Access database. Unlike a spreadsheet that is blank when you [more…]
Although a SharePoint 2010 team site has a few lists created for you — Announcements, Tasks, and Discussion Board — you usually want to create your own list to match the needs of your team. [more…]
After you create a new list in SharePoint 2010, if you set the list’s web address, you may want to change the list’s name to something friendlier.
With the list you created open in the browser, do the following [more…]
When you choose the columns to display in your SharePoint 2010 view, you see many columns that are usually behind the scenes, including Edit menu options. These include [more…]
Datasheet views in SharePoint 2010 are great for performing bulk updates on list items and document properties in a library. A Datasheet view displays a list in a spreadsheet. Datasheet views work only [more…]