Quick Reference: Explore SharePoint 2010

John Storts
Slide Show

Five SharePoint Storage Performance Killers and How to Fix Them

SharePoint, Microsoft's multi-faceted Web application platform, was revamped nearly two years ago, but that doesn't mean that every enterprise jumped aboard. With the weak economy and related complacency, many companies may have stayed with the version they already have or signed on for cloud services.


Yet, if your organization has invested in the newest iteration of SharePoint, either as a step up from 2007 or as a new business requirement, employees will need training in order to get maximum value from it.


CustomGuide, a provider of online training solutions, contributed the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Reference Guide to the IT Downloads library to help users get acquainted with SharePoint quickly.


It covers the:

  • Fluent Ribbon interface
  • Team site screen elements
  • Quick Launch bar items, like Sites, Libraries and Lists
  • Permission levels, such as "full control," "design" and "contribute"
  • Document-related actions, such as opening, sharing and uploading documents
  • Blog functions, such as viewing blogs, creating blogs, commenting and subscribing to RSS feeds


For more information on Microsoft resources on IT Business Edge, check out Reinforce Office 2010 Training Exercises with Quick Reference Guide.

Add Comment      Leave a comment on this blog post

Post a comment





(Maximum characters: 1200). You have 1200 characters left.




Subscribe to our Newsletters

Sign up now and get the best business technology insights direct to your inbox.