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Published on: December 2008
Type of content: EZINE
Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)
Length: 19 pages
With SharePoint document libraries, several versions of documents can be reviewed to see how each document has been changed over time. The good news for end users is that versioning has gone through some big improvements since SharePoint 2003. In Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, end users can for the first time distinguish between major and minor versions of a document. The bad news for SharePoint administrators is that the new versioning settings can make SharePoint a bit more complicated. In this month's cover story, “Document version control goes deeper in SharePoint 2007”, Microsoft MVP Brien M. Posey walks readers through the process of controlling versions in MOSS 2007.
You'll also learn to integrate Lotus Notes/Domino with Microsoft Office SharePoint Services 2007 successfully and improve enterprise search through governance planning.
These chapters will discuss:
- Document version control in SharePoint
- Five tips to improve Sharepoint doc management
- If Lotus Notes/ Domino and Microsoft SharePoint can work well together
- How SharePoint search gets a boost from governance planning
This eZine is sponsored by:
- Quest Software