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Microsoft® Office Groove® 2007 Step by Step by Barry Preppernau, John Pierce, Rick Jewell

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Changing Permissions Assigned to a Workspace Role

Each workspace role—Manager, Participant, and Guest—is defined by the tasks that the role is permitted to perform. Workspace members assigned to the Manager or Participant role, for example, can invite other people to join the workspace. A member with the Guest role cannot.

In most workspaces, the default permissions for each role will enable members to perform their work efficiently. In other cases, however, you might have reason to change the permissions associated with a specific role. For example, you might want to allow members assigned to the Guest role to send invitations. Rather than change the role that is assigned to these members, you can adjust the permissions that are granted to a specific ...

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