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SharePoint 2010 - Working With Document Libraries

This article explains the concept of SharePoint libraries.

A document library is a SharePoint page from where you can share documents and collaborate on your work. Documents are shared, protected, and developed amongst your team. Contributors can view documents in a library, as well as upload, delete, and make changes to documents. Document libraries are set up and maintained by your site administrator, who determines who has access, whether versions will be kept, and whether document editing requires checking documents in and out. Libraries can hold many documents, and can be organized in folders like with a disk or network drive.

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For step by step instructions on how to view, upload, delete, and edit documents within libraries, select the video linked below.

Video Tutorial

SharePoint 2010 Working with Document Libraries [8:03].




Keywords:library, check_in   Doc ID:25373
Owner:Joe M.Group:University of Chicago
Created:2012-07-31 14:14 CDTUpdated:2017-05-02 06:56 CDT
Sites:University of Chicago, University of Chicago - Sandbox
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