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Chapter 9. Office and SharePoint > Getting Started with SharePoint

Getting Started with SharePoint

When you combine Office 2003 with a SharePoint server, you can do any or all of the following:

  • Open and save files directly to a shared documents folder on the SharePoint server from any Office program.

  • View shared events and contact lists from within Outlook 2003.

  • Use Excel to create, manage, and synchronize a list on a SharePoint server.

  • Create an e-mail message in Outlook 2003 and send a shared attachment that is located on a SharePoint site; local copies are automatically updated when a team member makes a change to the shared copy.

  • From Excel, Word, or PowerPoint, create document workspaces, where you can see up-to-date information about the status and properties of documents on the SharePoint site, as well as related documents, tasks, and links.

  • Create a meeting workspace with objectives, attendees, tasks, and documents, and link it to an Outlook meeting request.

  • Use Picture Manager to create shared picture libraries.

  • Use Web discussions to carry on a threaded discussion about a document, worksheet, or presentation.


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