Tag: SharePoint Document Management

SharePoint Site Library Settings | An Overview

SharePoint Site Library Settings

A document library is always automatically created whenever we create a site in SharePoint. We can customize a library and control how users can view, manage, and create documents, or even track versions of files. In this tutorial, we’ll talk about how we can configure the SharePoint site library settings. A document library in SharePoint

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Picture Library In SharePoint | An Introduction

Picture Libraries

In this tutorial, we’ll talk about the picture library in SharePoint and its difference from the document library. Document library is where we can create or upload different types of files like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, DLL files, and so on. It’s like a storage for all types of files. Picture library is a subset or

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Adding Document Library In SharePoint

Add a New Document Library

Document library provides a location on our SharePoint site where we can safely store our files, create, update, and share them with other users within our organization. In this tutorial, we’ll discuss the two ways on how to add a new document library in SharePoint. A SharePoint document library helps us manage our files for

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MS SharePoint Views | Creating And Saving

MS SharePoint Views Creating And Saving

In this tutorial, we’ll talk about creating and saving views on SharePoint. Filtering and sorting make views useful especially when displaying our data on SharePoint List or Libraries. When creating SharePoint views, we’re only changing how our data or files are being represented without changing the actual files or data itself. There are two ways

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View Formatting In SharePoint

Metadata - Formatting Views

The View Formatting feature in Sharepoint allows users to customize how items in SharePoint lists and libraries are displayed. In this tutorial, we’ll talk about creating our own formatting views rule to improve the display of views in SharePoint.  When formatting a view, we can highlight or accent certain rows or columns depending on a

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