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Office 365 (SharePoint) - SharePoint Fundamentals

This article services as a table of contents for a series of articles that will introduce you to SharePoint and cover components available to end users in a typical SharePoint site.

UWM Learning TECHniques has created a SharePoint: Fundamentals training guide that covers the following topics:


Accessing & Logging In

This topic demonstrates how to log in to SharePoint at UWM.

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Locate, Follow & View a Site

This topic demonstrates how to locate and open a SharePoint site using an email invitation after an owner has shared it with you, accessing SharePoint directly from Office 365, bookmarking a SharePoint site, and an overview of the SharePoint working screen. 

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Navigating a Site

This topic covers navigation bars and commonly used SharePoint Apps.

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Searching

This topic demonstrates how to search SharePoint and how to perform an Advanced Search. 

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Using the Documents Library

Most SharePoint sites contain one or more Documents libraries that house the files used by the members of the site. This topic shows how to work with files in SharePoint document libraries, including: uploading files, dragging and dropping files, creating new files, editing existing files, and deleting files. Additionally, search, sort and filtering is demonstrated as well as working with folders. 

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Collaborating in the Documents Library

Once you have files in your SharePoint site, you can begin to collaborate with others using those files. This topic demonstrates how to share files, commenting on files, editing files in realā€time with others, viewing versions, checking a file out and in and manging alerts.

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Using Lists

SharePoint Lists allow you to store a table of data directly in SharePoint instead of within an Excel or Word file.  This topic shows how to allow multiple users to add, edit and delete data from a list as well as using versioning and alerts.

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Keywords:sharepoint, office 365, pantherfile retirement, sharepoint fundamentals, accessing sharepoint, navigating sharepoint, searching sharepoint, document library, collaborating, sharepoint lists   Doc ID:65159
Owner:Help Desk K.Group:UW-Milwaukee Help Desk
Created:2016-07-15 14:33 CSTUpdated:2016-12-19 16:03 CST
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