Sharepoint 2010 Tutorial

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SHAREPOINT 2010 SITE PAGES
EDITING TEXT Before you get started, it’s a good idea to take screen shots of your site and date them. This is so you can track your progress. a) Click the Edit icon to edit your landing page. The Office ribbon is displayed and items can be formatted, inserted or deleted as required.

TIP Delete is the Getting Started section.

When you’re rolling SharePoint out to a user base, this is not what

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b) Select the text and use the normal Office formatting options to edit it. c) Use Styles and Markup Styles to quick format text and headings.

TIP Save the page regularly to check how the formatting is going. into your site page if online formatting gets too tricky.

Format text in Word and copy and paste it

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INSERTING / EDITING IMAGES a) Click on the image – as you do so, you’ll see the Picture Tools tab become available.

b) To replace the image, make sure the image is selected and hit the Delete button on your keyboard. c) Click Insert on the ribbon, select Picture.

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d) Browse to the library where your image is and select it. Notice where the image is stored by default – Site Assets. (In SharePoint 2007 you had to have a Picture Library created first). Click OK.

e) You can rename the image if necessary – practice good document naming standards in order to retrieve your information on a long term basis. Click OK again.

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f) Now that image is embedded, the Picture Tools tab editing options is available. Resize the image by either clicking and dragging the corners of the image, or typing in pixel numbers manually in the toolbar. You can also add a border using the Image Styles, or change the Position.

TIP The Middle Inline under Position doesn’t always work properly. the Format Text tab and the centre alignment.

To centre the image in the zone, click on

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INSERTING TABLES a) Edit the Site Page and click on the Insert tab. b) Click on Table and select the number of rows and columns required.

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c) As the table is inserted, the table editing options become available. You can add, remove, split and merge columns and rows, and change the height of either; the same way it works in Word.

NOTE

You can’t align text horizontally in cells if you make the row height bigger. You would have to

manually enter spaces before and after the text if you don’t know HTML code in order to centre it.

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d) By default the table borders display, but you can have clear borders. Click on Design – Styles – Clear. e) If you’re using Clear, then use Gridlines while in edit mode so you...
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