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Overview Note If the topics in this file do not appear as you expect (you see "Page cannot be displayed" or "File not found," for example), see the Instructions section on this page. This download contains information about using SharePoint Portal Server 2003, including: Startup and Settings Customizing the Portal Site Personalizing the Portal Site Working with Alerts Searching the Portal Site Working with Areas Working with the Site Directory Working with Backward-Compatible Document Libraries Managing the Portal Site Working with Windows® SharePoint Services This guide is a compiled Help file and opens in HTML Help.
Overview IMPORTANT NOTE If the topics in this file do not appear as you expect (you see "Page cannot be displayed" or "File not found," for example), see the To open this file so that you can see the text section on this page. This compiled help file provides searchable, up-to-date information about using and managing sites based on Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 technology. The topics covered in this file include the following: Basic concepts Viewing information Sharing files and documents Sharing information Deleting information Organizing meetings Customizing lists and pages Customizing sites Customizing pages by using Web Parts Managing permissions and security Managing sites and settings Troubleshooting Reference The content in this file is different from the content you can find in a Windows SharePoint Services site when you click Help. This content has been updated to correct errors, add information, and be easier to browse.
Why use Sharepoint? Well, let me start from here, every organization let it be a Small, Medium Or Big would like to webify each and every good activity that any employee carries out till (s)he is in organization-premises and it becomes a matter of prestige for any organization to have their own Enterprise portal. Truly speaking in today's world of internet your business can't survive if you don't make your business compatible with E-World. But it's quite obvious that not all the organizations can afford the huge amount that they had to invest in getting an enterprise level portal build for them. For such kind of scenarios Microsoft came up with an idea of "Sharepoint Server", and now it's only a matter of few clicks to build an enterprise-portal. Here are the top 10 reasons for using an "Sharepoint Server".
How to Install SharePoint Portal Server 2003 How to start the installation of SharePoint Portal Server SPS runs on top of WSS and requires that WSS is installed. So, you can install SPS on the same machine you just installed WSS on.
Sharepoint is suddenly a hot subject. But if you're new to the subject, it might be hard to figure out what the shouting's all about. In this sample book chapter, you'll learn about specific areas where benefits can be realized from SharePoint, and how some organizations are using the technology. Unlike many software applications developed for a specific purpose (for example, an email application for sending messages back and forth, a calendaring application for managing appointments and meetings, an accounting application to maintain financial records), SharePoint technologies provide a framework that can be used for many different types of functions.
HOW TO: Use the SharePoint Administrator to Install and Configure the FrontPage 2002 Server ExtensionsThis step-by-step guide explains how to use Sharepoint Team Services Site Administration to install FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions on a server based on either Windows NT Server 4.0 or Windows 2000 Server. Please note that this article addresses installing FrontPage Server Extensions by using the SharePoint Administrator only. System Requirements
Microsoft SharePoint is a Web application platform developed by Microsoft . First launched in 2001, [ 3 ] SharePoint has historically been associated with intranet content management and document management , but recent versions have significantly broader capabilities. [ 4 ] SharePoint comprises a multipurpose set of Web technologies backed by a common technical infrastructure. By default, SharePoint has a Microsoft Office -like interface, and it is closely integrated with the Office suite. The web tools are designed to be usable by non-technical users.