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MOSS Explained: An Information Worker’s Deep Dive into Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 by John Ross, Nicola Young

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Features

Features refers to a movable group of elements that can be activated or deactivated for a specific scope, which basically means you can add or remove functionality with the click of a button. Features can add functionality such as a link to the Site Actions menu, or add an additional list to a site template. Although the scope of this book does not include writing a feature, it’s important to understand that the functionality you are seeing is controlled by a feature. The features can be activated at one of four scopes: the farm, Web application, site collection, or site. The available features are determined by the version of SharePoint you have installed. If in one site you see a list template available on the create page but you do ...

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