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Office and SharePoint 2007 User's Guide

Integrating SharePoint with Excel, Outlook, Access and Word

Antonovich, Michael

2008, XXIV, 552 p.

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  • Emphasizes the integration of individual Microsoft Office tools with SharePoint and showcases the synergy between the two products – something no other book exclusively covers
  • Written for the power user within an organization to allow them to easily support and use SharePoint, and only limited support is needed by their SharePoint administrators – so users can buy this book and immediately get started
  • Illustrates techniques with ample figures, code, and examples

This book is a no-nonsense guide for Office users who have a SharePoint environment deployed. Written by the person responsible for large SharePoint deployment – his role is helping desktop users integrate and use SP features seamlessly – our author takes users through working with their familiar Office applications and leveraging SharePoint on the backend. This is different than using SharePoint; it’s about putting Office to work and integrating it with SharePoint in such a way that even more benefits and synergies are realized. It’s about using Office and SharePoint as a platform, and there is no other book on the market combining the two products.

Content Level » Popular/general

Keywords » Access - Excel - InfoPath - Microsoft Access - Microsoft Office - Outlook - Word - collaboration - form

Related subjects » Software Engineering

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