Search for information on a SharePoint site
When you use a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 site, you can use the search feature to help you find information, files, Web sites, and people. In this demo, you will see how an employee at a fictitious company called Adventure Works uses search to locate information on a SharePoint site and complete job-related tasks.
Demo: Configure a SharePoint Server 2007 site to receive e-mail
By configuring your Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 site to receive e-mail messages, you can enable team members to use e-mail to send information, messages, and files directly to different areas of the site. For example, users can send announcements directly to the home page or send documents as e-mail attachments directly to document libraries.
Demo: Deploy an administrator-approved form template
This demo steps through the process an IT Administrator can use to verify, upload, and activate an administrator-approved form template on a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 site.
Demo: Add a library to a Records Center site
Demo: Enable Excel Services and data connections for a SharePoint team site
This demo shows you the basic steps for enabling Excel Services for a document library, such as adding the document and data connection libraries to the list of trusted file locations, and creating a data connection to a data provider in Excel Services.
Different ways to check documents in and out of a SharePoint site
In this demo, you'll learn how a fictitious company called Adventure Works uses Office SharePoint Server 2007 to publish Web pages, archive and audit records, and manage documents. The demo specifically shows how the Technical Documentation team at Adventure Works uses a Document Center site as a centralized repository to create, organize, edit, and review all customer-facing external publications, such as user manuals and product specification
sheets. This site uses document management features such as required check-out, major and minor versions, and content types. The writers at Adventure Works also use workflows on the content in the Document Center to manage the review and editing process for the documents that they create.
Tour of My Site
With Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, your My Site becomes a dedicated location where you can store, present, show, and manage content and information. Take a tour of My Site where you can see how to store documents that everyone or just you and your manager can see. Watch how you can configure your public site to show information to selected people.
Use Word 2007 to post to a SharePoint blog
In this demo, I'll show you how to use Word 2007 to create a post for a SharePoint blog, check spelling, format text, insert hyperlinks, insert images, and publish the post to the blog. I hope you find it helpful.
Video series on getting the most out of SharePoint Designer 2007
This six-part training demo series provides information on how power users can get the most from Office SharePoint Designer 2007 to create and customize SharePoint sites, rules-based workflow applications, and build composite no-code applications on the SharePoint platform.
Collaboratively Developing and Releasing New Products Demo
This click-through demo shows how improved collaboration will deliver the speed that a design process needs to release new products, while better project management will help to reduce the overall costs of development. Solutions based on Office SharePoint Server 2007 and other 2007 Office system products deliver a rich set of capabilities that enhance structured and ad-hoc collaboration, and offer enterprise-grade project and portfolio management tools to efficiently manage the development process.