Manage documents and content in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
This course provides an overview of the new and updated document management features in SharePoint Server 2010. If you are already familiar with basic document management tasks--such document check-in/check-out and working with document version history--but you want to gain a basic understanding of some of the more advanced document management capabilities in SharePoint Server 2010, then this course if for you. We’ll help you become familiar with the new document management features, and see how they might make your work easier.
After completing this course you will be able to:
Understand how the Document Center site makes it easy to manage a large number of documents.
Use metadata to find content and navigate large libraries.
Create and manage multi-document work products using Document Sets.
Understand how you can manage and use rich media, such as video and audio files, on a SharePoint Server 2010 site.
Take advantage of SharePoint Server’s rich integration with Office client programs to complete document management tasks within the familiar context of Office client programs.
Before you begin
If you’ve never worked with documents on a SharePoint site before, you might just want to know how to perform basic tasks, such as uploading a document, or checking a document in or out. Start with the article Basic tasks in SharePoint Server 2010.
If you are upgrading from SharePoint Server 2007, and you just want to get productive with the new ribbon interface, consider starting with the training course Make the switch to the new SharePoint 2010 user interface.
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