SharePoint 사용자 교육 리소스 (영문)


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2. Demos

  • Configure a SharePoint 2007 site to receive e-mail
    • Level: Intermediate to advanced
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointserver/HA102047921033.aspx
    • Description: Once your administrator has enabled e-mail support in Central Administration, you can configure document libraries, picture libraries, form libraries, announcements lists, calendar lists, blogs, and discussion boards for e-mail. Anyone with permissions to create a list can choose an e-mail address for the list when creating the list in an e-mail-enabled site.
  • Display an administrator approved form template
  • Add a library to a Records Center site
    • Level: Advanced
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointserver/HA102045611033.aspx
    • Description: With a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Records Center site, you can create a central repository for storing and managing your organization’s records. A Records Center can contain a number of libraries for storing different types of records, and for each library you can set policies that determine how records stored there are managed.
  • Enable Excel Services and data connections for a SharePoint team site
    • Level: Advanced
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointserver/HA102078901033.aspx
    • Description: This demo shows you the basic steps for enabling Excel Services for a document library, such as adding the document and data connection libraries to the list of trusted file locations, and creating a data connection to a data provider in Excel Services.

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  • SharePoint Server 2007 Help and How to
  • An Introduction to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
  • An introduction to Business Intelligence Features
    • Level: All
    • Useful for: Understand BI in SharePoint
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointserver/HA100872181033.aspx?pid=CH100305491033
    • Description: Tools for accessing large amounts of unstructured data for the purpose of analysis is something historically restricted to developers and consultants. By using the new features available in Office SharePoint Server 2007, information workers can assemble data from multiple sources and publish that data on the Web. Find out how in this article.
  • An introduction to Excel Services and Excel Web Access
  • Using a Table of Contents web part
  • Create a Web page from a Word document
    • Level:  Intermediate
    • Useful for: Content publishing
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointserver/HA101637801033.aspx
    • Description: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 helps you create Web pages quickly and easily. One way to do this is with Word. This article will show you how to convert your Word documents to a Web page for your site collection.
  • Use Reusable Content
    • Level: Intermediate
    • Useful for: Branding & templates
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointserver/HA101638381033.aspx
    • Description: There are two basic scenarios in which reusable content is most useful:
      1) Branding and policy   You can use reusable content to create branded HTML items that need to be exactly the same across your site collection, such as a company logo or a product name. Similarly, you can use reusable content to create policy content, such as a privacy policy or a license agreement. When you use reusable content for these purposes, you should specify that the reusable content be updated automatically to ensure that it appears the same wherever it is used in your site collection.
      2) Templates   You can use reusable content to create starting points for page authors. For example, you may have a standard introduction with a disclaimer that you want to appear at the beginning of all opinion articles that are published in your site collection.
  • My Site
    • Level: Beginning to advanced
    • Useful for: Personal productivity
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointserver/CH100964111033.aspx
    • Description: Use a My Site as a way to easily communicate with your co-workers. My Site documents can link to other sites, save you time hunting for documents and links, and more.  Put your important shared documents on your My Site and link to it in your e-mail signature.
  • Creating sites, lists, and libraries
  • Customizing sites, lists, and libraries
    • Level: Beginning
    • Useful for: Next step after creating basic content types
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointtechnology/CH100649841033.aspx
    • Description:  Once you understand how to use sites, lists, and libraries, find out how to customize your site. You can change its structure and appearance, add content, and change site settings. You can apply these custom settings by using your browser without any additional tools, if you have permission to change those settings. You can also customize the site programmatically or by using Web design tools.
  • Sharing files and documents
    • Level: Beginning to advanced
    • Useful for: Storing and retrieving collaborative documents
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointtechnology/CH100649441033.aspx
    • Description: One of the biggest benefits of SharePoint is sharing documents, and being able to search for those documents. Send people to your team site to find documents relating to shared projects. This training section will give you the basics and also covers form libraries, managing document workspaces and managing permissions.
  • Maintaining versions of files and items
  • Create a Meeting Workspace Site
    • Level: Beginning
    • Useful for: Conducting efficient meetings and follow-up
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointtechnology/HA100656201033.aspx
    • Description:  A Meeting Workspace is a workspace on your SharePoint site for gathering all the information and materials for one or more meetings. A Meeting Workspace can help you keep agendas, related documents, objectives, and tasks  in one place.
  • Calculate data in lists and libraries
    • Level: Intermediate to Advanced
    • Useful for:  Calculating within lists and libraries
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/enus/SharePointtechnology/HA101054801033.aspx?pid=CH100650061033
    • Description: By adding a calculated column to a list or library, you can calculate dates and times, perform mathematical equations, or manipulate text. For example, on a tasks list, you can use a column to calculate the number of days it takes to complete each task, based on the Start Date and Date Completed columns.
  • Sharing Information
  • Managing sites and settings
    • Level: Intermediate to advanced (some beginning)
    • Useful for: Use this section to become a power user
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointtechnology/CH100267001033.aspx
    • Description: This section covers mostly advanced features of managing a WSS 3.0 site. However, it does have some basic material such as Delete a List and Delete a Library. Advanced features include managing security, e-mail, RSS, and upgrading and migrating sites.
  • Viewing information
    • Level: Intermediate
    • Useful for: Personalize information views
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointtechnology/HA100215771033.aspx
    • Description: Once you’ve set up your site, or if you are using a site that someone else created, you’ll most likely find that there are specific types of information you need to view regularly. You can customize the view to suit your needs. Use this training to learn how to set up the view of a team site that’s most useful to you.
  • Integrating e-mail with sites, lists, and libraries
    • Level: Intermediate to advanced
    • Useful for: Higher productivity, less e-mail
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointtechnology/CH101787711033.aspx
    • Description: An amazing way to cut down on tracking e-mails or moving them around – simply assign an e-mail address to lists and libraries and include them on the cc line. Start with the overview first, then view the full list of how-to topics.
  • Formulas and Functions
    • Level: Advanced
    • Useful for: Advanced calculations within SharePoint lists and libraries
    • URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointtechnology/CH100650061033.aspx
    • Description: Once you’ve created useful calculations (see the training for Calculating within Lists and Libraries) you may want to fully explore how to use formulas in SharePoint. This training will help.
  • Using Workflows to manage processes
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