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How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2013

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Maximize Microsoft SharePoint 2013Written 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.

Table of Contents

  1. CoverĀ 
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. About the Author
  5. Contents at a Glance
  6. ContentsĀ 
  7. Foreword
  8. Acknowledgments
  9. Introduction
  10. Chapter 1: Introduction and SharePoint History
    1. SharePoint History, by Arpan Shah
    2. The SharePoint User Interface
      1. Navigation and Breadcrumb Links
      2. Top Menus
      3. The Fluent UI
      4. Hover Cards
      5. Username and Personal Options
      6. Site Navigation Aids
    3. SharePoint Server 2013 vs. SharePoint Foundation and SharePoint Online
    4. Summary
  11. Chapter 2: SharePoint Concepts
    1. Sites
      1. Site Templates
      2. Opening a Site
      3. Configuring Site Settings
      4. Creating New Sites
      5. Managing Content and Structure
    2. Apps, Lists, and Libraries
      1. Viewing App, List, and Library Content
      2. Configuring a List or Library
      3. Creating and Deleting Lists
    3. Items and Documents
    4. Metadata
    5. Pages
    6. App Parts and Web Parts
      1. Adding an App Part or a Web Part to a Page
    7. The Recycle Bin
    8. Permissions
    9. Content Types
    10. A Real-World Example
    11. Summary
  12. Chapter 3: Working with Documents
    1. Using Document Libraries
      1. Opening a Document for Editing
      2. Using the SharePoint Ribbon
    2. Adding Documents to SharePoint
      1. Uploading an Existing Document
      2. Adding Documents with Windows Explorer
      3. Uploading Multiple Documents with Drag-and-Drop
      4. Creating a New Document
    3. Managing Documents
      1. Deleting a Document
      2. Recovering a Document from the Recycle Bin
      3. Viewing Document Properties
      4. Editing Document Properties
    4. Using Document Versioning
      1. Checking Out Documents
      2. Checking In Documents
      3. Approving a Document for Publishing
    5. More About Versions
      1. Turning On Versioning
      2. Working with Version History
    6. A Real-World Example
    7. Summary
  13. Chapter 4: Collaboration
    1. Discussion Boards
      1. Creating a New Discussion Board
      2. Using a Discussion Board
      3. Editing a Discussion Board Item
      4. Using Discussion Boards from Microsoft Outlook
    2. Blogs
      1. Posting Blog Comments
      2. Managing Blog Posts
      3. Blogging with Windows Live Writer
    3. Wikis
      1. Creating a Wiki
      2. Adding Wiki Content
    4. Announcements
      1. Creating an Announcement
      2. A Real-World Example: Announcements to Aid User Adoption
    5. Calendars
      1. Creating a Calendar Event
      2. Calendar Views
      3. Creating a Custom Calendar View
    6. Surveys
      1. Creating a Survey
      2. Survey Branching
    7. Newsfeeds and Microblogging
    8. Sharing Files
    9. Summary
  14. Chapter 5: Tagging and Taxonomy
    1. Social Tagging
      1. Follow
      2. Ratings
      3. About Me and Newsfeed
      4. Tags and Notes
    2. Enterprise Managed Metadata
      1. SharePoint Taxonomy
      2. A Taxonomy Primer
    3. Enterprise Keywords
      1. Enabling Keywords
      2. Using the Tag Cloud Web Part
    4. Managed Terms
    5. Filtering Lists Using Taxonomy
    6. How Is SharePoint Taxonomy Used in the Real World?
    7. Summary
  15. Chapter 6: Publishing Sites
    1. Publishing Site Template
      1. Editing a Page
      2. Summary Links
      3. Web Parts and App Parts
      4. Adding Pages and Using Page Layouts
      5. The Pages List
      6. The Gear Menu
    2. Master Pages
    3. Publishing Site with Workflow
    4. Real-World Publishing Site Exercise
    5. Creating the Site
      1. Adding an Image
      2. Adding a New Page
      3. Publishing Your New Page
    6. Summary
  16. Chapter 7: Personal Sites and Personalization
    1. Personal Sites
      1. Using Your Blog
      2. Viewing Your Newsfeed
    2. Your SharePoint Profile
      1. Adding a Photo
      2. Customizing Your Profile for Different Viewers
    3. Changing the Look of Pages
    4. Real-World Example: Blog Categories
    5. Summary
  17. Chapter 8: Web Parts and App Parts
    1. Adding App and Web Parts to a Page
      1. Creating a Web Part Page
      2. Adding Parts
      3. Setting Options for Web and App Parts
    2. App Parts
    3. Web Part Reference
      1. Blog
      2. Business Data
      3. Community
      4. Content Rollup
      5. Document Sets
      6. Filters
      7. Forms
      8. Media and Content
      9. Search
      10. Search-Driven Content
      11. Social Collaboration
    4. Data View Web Part
    5. Custom Web Parts
    6. Summary
  18. Chapter 9: Customization
    1. Custom Lists
      1. Creating a Custom List with a New Column
      2. Custom List Example: Mileage Tracker
    2. Custom Views
      1. Modifying a View
      2. Creating a New View
    3. Site Customizations
      1. Changing the Look of SharePoint
      2. Customizing Navigation
    4. Real-World Example: Custom InfoPath Forms
    5. Summary
  19. Chapter 10: Using SharePoint with Client Applications
    1. Microsoft Office Backstage
      1. Saving Office Files to SharePoint
      2. Connecting to Office
    2. Microsoft Outlook
    3. Microsoft InfoPath
    4. SharePoint Designer
    5. Colligo Briefcase and Email Manager
      1. Colligo Briefcase
      2. Colligo Email Manager
      3. Colligo Administrator
    6. Metalogix Content Matrix
    7. Summary
  20. Chapter 11: Introduction to SharePoint Administration
    1. Installing SharePoint
    2. Using SharePoint Central Administration
      1. Real-World Example: Changing the Document Size Upload Setting
    3. Managed Metadata Administration
      1. Enabling Managed Metadata on Your Server
      2. Understanding the SharePoint Taxonomy Hierarchy
      3. Promoting a Managed Keyword to a Managed Term
      4. Creating Your Own Term Store
    4. Activating SharePoint Features
    5. Introduction to PowerShell
    6. Summary
  21. Chapter 12: Introduction to SharePoint Development
    1. SharePoint Programming Interfaces
      1. The SharePoint Server-Side API
      2. The SharePoint Client-Side Object Model
      3. SharePoint App Model
    2. Setting Up a SharePoint Development Environment
    3. Creating Visual Web Parts
      1. Setting Up a Visual Studio Project
      2. Running the Visual Web Part
      3. Debugging and Adding Breakpoints
    4. Developing a SharePoint App
      1. Creating a Developer Site
      2. Creating an App Domain
    5. Summary
  22. Chapter 13: Template Reference for Apps, Pages, and Sites
    1. Apps
      1. Access App
      2. Announcements
      3. Asset Library
      4. Calendar
      5. Contacts
      6. Custom List
      7. Data Connection Library
      8. Discussion Board
      9. Document Library
      10. External List
      11. Form Library
      12. Import Spreadsheet
      13. Issue Tracking
      14. Links
      15. Picture Library
      16. Promoted Links
      17. Report Library
      18. Survey
      19. Wiki Page Library
    2. Pages
      1. Page
      2. Web Part Page
    3. Sites
      1. Collaboration
      2. Enterprise
      3. Publishing
    4. Summary
  23. Appendix: SharePoint Resources
    1. Learning SharePoint
    2. SharePoint Videos
    3. Getting Help from the SharePoint Community
    4. Notable SharePoint Blogs
    5. Professional SharePoint Training
  24. Index