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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Working with Lists

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Summary

In a class full of students I said, "Raise your hand if you are new to SharePoint."
About half of the hand went up.

Then I questioned, "How many of you are here because you were asked to take over a SharePoint site, or a team member has moved on, leaving you in charge of a site?"
All hands went up.

You might have come across this page because you're in a similar situation.

That is why I offer you this step-by-step illustrated guide. It is designed to help you learn the ins and outs of the default Microsoft SharePoint Team site lists, as well as how to create your own custom lists.

Read it on your transit commute, at lunch, on the treadmill.
Keep it close by when working in SharePoint.
Learn how to:
Work with Announcements
Create Events
Create Links
Work with Tasks
Create Contacts
Create Custom Lists
Use the Alerts Feature
Synch Lists to Microsoft Office Outlook
and more.

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