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Beginning SharePoint® 2007: Building Team Solutions with MOSS 2007 by Shane Perran, Amanda Murphy

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7.5. Exercises

  1. You get an email from marketing informing you that the executive team would like to add a list of key contacts to the main page of the corporate intranet. What do you do?

  2. It's requested that you move the main news Web Part from the small right column to a more prominent section of the home page of the human resources team's collaboration site. How can you make this happen?

  3. Sales makes a change in its division so that all current tasks displayed on the home page of the team site via a Web Part must also display which of the two team leads is responsible for the task. How can you modify the Web Part to display who the team lead is?

  4. During a meeting, an executive asks if you can display a listing of all upcoming events for the organization. What is your answer?

  5. The creative department recently analyzed their team site and think that the site would be more appealing if they added some background colors to the list Web Parts. How do you achieve this?

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