Microsoft SharePoint 2007 for Office 2007 Users by Martin Reid

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Aimed at end users who face the daunting task of mastering MOSS 2007 in the enterprise business environment, this book shows you how to make effective use of what can be a confusing array of features. You?ll review how SharePoint is central to the Microsoft Office platform because organizations use it to organize workflow, integrate Office documents with line of business applications, provide search capabilities across all types of documents and data, and distribute these tools internally and externally on Web sites for end users. Plus, the book offers you well-designed examples and explanations that can be easily applied in real-world situations.

Martin WP Reid (Belfast, Ireland) is an analyst for The Queens University of Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is the author and technical editor of more than a dozen technical books. He is a regular contributor to the Microsoft Office SharePoint blog Get the Point (http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/getthepoint )

 

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Martin W. P. Reid is an analyst for The Queens University in Belfast, one of the leading universities in the United Kingdom. Martin is currently working on a large MOSS 2007 project reaching almost 30,000 users. Previously he worked with end users teaching Microsoft Office applications, database design, programming, and web development. Martin contributes frequently to the Microsoft Office SharePoint blog Get the Point (http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/getthepoint).
 
Published June 24, 2009 by Wrox. 457 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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