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In the previous two chapters, we discussed lists, which are the main constructs that SharePoint uses to store information. As you saw, SharePoint provides a great deal of flexibility in storing and managing raw data using custom and template lists. In addition to raw data management, a business collaboration solution often needs to store and manage documents, images, and other files.

Information workers spend countless hours creating, locating, approving, and publishing various documents that are used to directly impact business processes and decisions. SharePoint provides traditional document management capabilities, ...

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