Creating and Using Shared Workspaces with Windows SharePoint Services

After you sign in to Windows SharePoint Services, you can go in several directions.

  • Jump into a document library to grab the content you need

  • Add content to an existing library

  • Navigate to a project workspace to check task lists, schedules, and agenda items

  • Create or edit your own site or workspace


Keep in mind that Windows SharePoint Services provides administrators a great deal of flexibility to assign and limit rights. So, you might have rights to add and edit pages or even create new workspaces on one site, but just read-only access to documents on another.

Understanding the Workspace

A Windows SharePoint Services shared workspace (such as the example shown in Figure 4-1) can ...

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