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SharePoint 2013 For Dummies by Ken Withee

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Chapter 5

Working with Web Pages

In This Chapter

arrow Choosing between wiki pages and Web Part pages

arrow Creating new wiki pages

arrow Adding media to your wiki pages

arrow Creating new Web Part pages

How many times have you heard, “We need the team to get on the same page?” Well, no problem if you’re using SharePoint. If you’re a facilitator, communicator, and/or have a creative streak, you need this chapter. Although SharePoint gives you a lot of helpful tools to work with content, the ability to communicate effectively with your team, starting with a customizable home page, pulls everything together.

Web pages and Web Parts let you arrange and present information in a collaboration site. Pages can display freeform text, tables, hyperlinks, and images, as well as Web Parts showing app content from your site (or other sites!) arranged as you want. Web Parts can be closed temporarily or moved. You can modify the Web Parts to show only the data you want from an app. You can inform, organize, and focus your team with your pages; something that otherwise would take a lot of effort with e-mails and network ...

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