Table of Contents – SharePoint 2010 Site Owner's Manual: Flexible Collaboration without Programming

Table of Contents

Copyright

Brief Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

About this book

1. Getting started with SharePoint

Chapter 1. Leveraging the power of SharePoint

1.1. Say hi to SharePoint

1.1.1. What is SharePoint?

1.1.2. Why SharePoint

1.1.3. What’s new in SharePoint 2010

1.2. SharePoint sample (Hello World)

1.2.1. The Hello World site

1.3. Summary

Chapter 2. A deeper dive into SharePoint capabilities

2.1. Introducing SharePoint 2010

2.1.1. SharePoint’s six core capabilities

2.1.2. SharePoint Foundation functionality

2.1.3. SharePoint Server functionality

2.1.4. SharePoint site terminology plain and simple

2.2. Summary

Chapter 3. Creating sites using site and list templates

3.1. Building templates with the different SharePoint editions

3.2. Core list and library templates

3.2.1. Document Library template

3.2.2. Picture Library template

3.2.3. Asset Library template

3.2.4. Announcements list

3.2.5. Contacts list

3.2.6. Links list

3.2.7. Calendar list

3.2.8. Tasks list

3.2.9. Discussion Board list

3.2.10. Survey list

3.3. Learning about the site templates

3.3.1. SharePoint Foundation

3.3.2. SharePoint Foundation collaborative site templates

3.3.3. SharePoint Foundation meeting site templates

3.3.4. Out-of-the-box site templates for SharePoint Server

3.3.5. SharePoint Server Standard templates

3.3.6. SharePoint Server Enterprise templates

3.3.7. SharePoint Server Access Services templates

3.4. Summary

2. Implementations using real-world scenarios

Chapter 4. Setting up a document collaboration site

4.1. Managing business proposal resources

4.1.1. Situation

4.1.2. Business priorities

4.1.3. Solution

4.2. SharePoint Foundation features

4.2.1. Branding

4.2.2. Contacts list: tracking the human resources

4.2.3. Document libraries: managing the proposals and resumes

4.2.4. Web parts: customizing the Proposal Reviews homepage

4.2.5. Linking resources and resumes with proposals

4.3. SharePoint Server features

4.3.1. Publishing: working with publishing sites

4.4. Summary

Chapter 5. Leveraging enterprise content management features

5.1. Managing business proposal resources

5.1.1. Situation

5.1.2. Business priorities

5.1.3. Solution

5.2. SharePoint Foundation features

5.2.1. Content types: associating metadata with certain content

5.3. SharePoint Server features

5.3.1. Retention plan: creating an information management policy

5.4. Summary

Chapter 6. Publishing information to the web

6.1. Determining what information to make available for your guests

6.1.1. Situation

6.1.2. Solution

6.2. Setting up a SharePoint site for the internet

6.3. Configuring your site

6.3.1. Site pages: defining the information you want to share

6.3.2. Calendar

6.3.3. Discussion boards: let your audience communicate

6.3.4. Surveys

6.3.5. Embedded video

6.4. Blogs: creating a subsite to blog

6.5. Permissions: managing access to your site

6.5.1. Anonymous access

6.5.2. List-level permissions

6.5.3. Item-level permissions

6.5.4. Subsite permissions

6.6. Taking it further with SharePoint Server

6.6.1. Embedded video: SharePoint Server’s Media web part

6.7. Summary

Chapter 7. Empowering users with business intelligence

7.1. Determining what information to make available for your guests

7.1.1. Situation

7.1.2. Solution

7.2. Setting up a SharePoint Business Intelligence Center

7.3. Creating your data source

7.4. Configuring your Business Intelligence Center

7.4.1. Excel Web Access

7.4.2. Creating a KPI in a Status List

7.4.3. Adding dashboards

7.5. Summary

Chapter 8. Creating application sites with SharePoint Designer

8.1. Gathering certification status

8.1.1. Situation

8.1.2. Solution

8.2. Using SharePoint Designer with SharePoint Foundation

8.2.1. Creating your Foundation site

8.2.2. Custom list: creating a data store of current projects

8.2.3. XSLT List View web part (LVWP): displaying Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist

8.2.4. Default workflows: creating an approval process

8.2.5. Item-level permissions: configuring the items users can manage

8.2.6. Survey: getting input from your end users

8.3. Leveraging SharePoint Server to take it further

8.3.1. Approval workflow: adding actions to your workflows

8.3.2. Status indicators: tracking the certification goals

8.4. Summary

Chapter 9. Collecting and managing data by integrating with InfoPath

9.1. Gathering employee feedback

9.1.1. Situation

9.1.2. Solution

9.2. Using InfoPath with SharePoint Foundation

9.2.1. Creating your site

9.2.2. Custom list: creating a data store of current projects

9.2.3. Forms library: creating a library to manage the feedback form

9.2.4. InfoPath: creating your feedback form

9.2.5. InfoPath workflow: configuring how users see the data

9.2.6. Publishing: publishing the form to SharePoint

9.2.7. Form library views: displaying the forms

9.3. Leveraging Forms Services with SharePoint Server

9.3.1. Forms Services: accessing the form without InfoPath

9.3.2. Page Viewer web part: displaying your form

9.4. Summary

Chapter 10. Reporting and web applications using Access

10.1. Managing hardware reservations

10.1.1. Situation

10.1.2. Solution

10.2. Leveraging Access with SharePoint Foundation

10.2.1. Creating your Foundation site

10.2.2. Custom list: creating a data store to manage clients, hardware, and reservations

10.2.3. Linked tables: pulling the data into Access

10.2.4. Client query: integrating the data in the different tables

10.2.5. Client reports: displaying the data

10.3. Using Access Services with SharePoint Server

10.3.1. Local tables: managing the data in Access

10.3.2. Web forms: entering data using a web form

10.3.3. Web query: generating a web query

10.3.4. Web reports: generating reports to see reservations by type and client

10.3.5. Navigation web form: tying your reports and forms together

10.3.6. Access Services: publishing your data to SharePoint

10.4. Summary

Chapter 11. Pulling it all together with search, My Sites, and cross-site functionality

11.1. Search

11.1.1. Search Center

11.1.2. Search web parts

11.2. Cross-site configurations

11.2.1. Content Query web part

11.2.2. RSS

11.2.3. Site Aggregator

11.3. Site collection administrator capabilities

11.3.1. Information architecture

11.3.2. Web Analytics reports

11.3.3. Managing access requests

11.3.4. Custom permissions

11.4. My Site

11.4.1. Creating your My Site

11.4.2. Working with your colleagues

11.4.3. Setting your interests

11.4.4. Working with newsfeeds

11.4.5. Managing your content

11.4.6. Your public profile page

11.5. Summary

Appendix A. Setting up a test environment

A.1. Ensuring your computer meets the requirements

A.1.1. Is your system 64-bit?

A.1.2. Upgrading to a 64-bit operating system

A.2. Prerequisites and installing SharePoint

A.3. Configuring a site with Office 365

Appendix B. Creating your first site

B.1. Initial creation of your site

B.1.1. Site creation properties

B.1.2. Site creation

Index

List of Figures

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