Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 Step by Step (Step By Step (Microsoft

Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 Step by Step (Step By Step (Microsoft
Olga Londer, Bill English, Todd Bleeker, Penelope Coventry
11 Apr 2007
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The smart way to learn Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Version 3.0--one step at a time! Work at your own pace through the easy numbered steps, practice files on CD, helpful hints, and troubleshooting tips to master the fundamentals of working with the latest version of Windows SharePoint Services. You will learn the essentials for creating and managing SharePoint sites and Web Parts, including working with lists and libraries.

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Andrew Diluvio said
Found this book to be a very good resource for setting up Sharepoint in a small business. Step by step instructions for most common set ups in language that assumes you have no prior knowledge about SharePoint.

D. Lahrman said
I bought this book when I was planning our SharePoint deployment and intended for it to be used by our users who will be more active in the everyday use of the site. I haven't come across anything that a normal SharePoint user would want to do that is not clearly explained in this book. Lots of good content for everyone.

Johannes W. Marfori said
I bought this book to help me on supporting SharePoint on the fly. So far, it has saved my behind. All the quick, basic, get-to-know-right-away stuff is all in here.

Aebares2006 said
I bought the first version of this book back in Feburary for my 2nd Customer Deployment of Sharepoint. There are several things you may already know about Sharepoint Designer, but I found this book best used by intermediaries; as Reference Material.
For Beginners I also recomend to have and take the time to use the book because there will be things that will make more sense when you are presented with Business Case situations.
I put the book down for a month and now have started a 3rd customer deployment for a Bio-Tech company that wants to control workflows. Now I am re-referencing the book for additional triggers.
Down the road I can see using Data-Sources to create reports connected to Oracle DBs, but there is not a need right now or security access.
Hence the reference material.

If you are the Cheif Designer-Dev of a Sharpeoint Implementation this book is a must have for the miger cost.

Margaret A Herbst said
Not a beginner user-friendly book at all. I am not able to utilize it.

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