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SharePoint

Chapter 31, "SharePoint Team Services," takes a close look at SharePoint, the Office XP upgrade from what was formerly known as the Office Web Server. SharePoint offers a collaborative environment in which team members can make their documents accessible and share a wide range of various types of information, all in the context of the jointly accessible team web site. In this environment, the individual Office applications take center stage as authoring tools for not only the team web but, more importantly, for any other webs on which the SharePoint team might be working.

For teams with access to Office XP as a whole, and to a server with both the FrontPage 2002 and SharePoint server extensions installed, SharePoint provides a rich design and development space. Team members can add content from Office XP application, and the site can be modified in FrontPage or in the associated Office XP application. SharePoint expands further upon FrontPage by offering a much more detailed permissions system than FrontPage itself provides, letting you tailor and fine-tune who gets access to what.


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