What Type of SharePoint User Are You?

What type of SharePoint user do you want to become? Many people have heard of SharePoint – Microsoft’s flagship document management software – but wonder about what it really is and what it does. Perhaps you’ve asked this question yourself: When or why should I use SharePoint? How should I use it? You need to […]

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Create a Custom View in SharePoint

SharePoint offers the ability to view information in any way you desire. Whether it is a SharePoint custom list, task list, Issues Log, list of announcements or a document library, you can personalize the way you want to view the content. Log into the SharePoint site, where you have at least Contributor permissions. Navigate to the list or library that […]

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Upload to SharePoint directly from the SAVE AS option in Word

When Microsoft Word is open, instead of saving the file to your local computer and then uploading it, save it directly to SharePoint. Have the document open. Select the File > Save As option. In the FILE NAME box, enter the full web address for the SharePoint Site and press Enter. Wait a moment. The Site, […]

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Are You Using the Full Power of Microsoft Office Suite?

Microsoft Office is probably the most well known and most often used productivity software in the world. Do you ever stop to discover the products, and to discover the ways to use them more comfortably? We often find that the students we interact with have tried to learn how to use programs like Word and […]

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Opening A Word Document From SharePoint Asks for Login

Fixing Opening Documents in SharePoint. Here’s the answer from Microsoft for 2010, 2013 using Windows 10: If you don’t want to use it, then here is how to go to the Trust Center: Click File, then Options Once the Options Menu appears choose Trust Center The Trust Center area appears. Click on Trust Center Settings Click […]

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