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Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Services Step by Step by James Edelen, Penelope Coventry, Todd C. Bleeker, Olga M. Londer

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Chapter 5. Creating and Managing Libraries

In this chapter you will learn to:

  • Create libraries.

  • Add documents.

  • Add pictures.

  • Create a new folder in a library.

  • Check documents in and out from the document library.

  • Check documents in and out from Office 2003.

  • Work with version history.

  • Delete documents.

  • Use alerts.

One of the most compelling features Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services provides is libraries. Libraries are a great place to store documents or forms. In a business, being able to quickly and effectively find and access information in documents is of paramount importance. You learned in the previous chapters that lists are a great way to work with structured data; libraries function similarly for unstructured data like Word documents. With SharePoint ...

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