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Chapter 9. Office and SharePoint > Working with Lists

Working with Lists

SharePoint servers do much more than store documents. When you click Create on the main menu along the top of the SharePoint window, you see an extensive list of all the types of data SharePoint can organize. Most, as it turns out, are variants on simple lists.

SharePoint can manage lists of events, tasks, contacts, links, and just about anything you can think of. You can manage custom lists in a standard tabular view, or you can switch to a datasheet view that can be linked directly to an Excel list or Access table. In the case of contacts, tasks, and events, you can take advantage of custom formatting options that are unique to the type of data contained in the list.


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