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==Saving==
 
==Saving==
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==Who's on the article?==
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In a document library, click to open the document you want to work on. It will open in Office Online. The number of people currently editing the document appears at the top right of the document.
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[https://support.office.com/en-us/article/document-collaboration-and-co-authoring-ee1509b4-1f6e-401e-b04a-782d26f564a4 More information on co-authoring available here.]
  
 
==Adding and Removing Users==
 
==Adding and Removing Users==
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#Click <code>Actions</code>, and then select <code>Remove Users from Group</code>.
 
#Click <code>Actions</code>, and then select <code>Remove Users from Group</code>.
 
#Click OK to confirm the deletion.
 
#Click OK to confirm the deletion.
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==Share Documents==
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Select the document you want to share, click the ellipses (…) to open the menu, and then click '''Share'''.
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==Keep Previous Versions of a Document While You Make Changes to It==
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In SharePoint Online, right-click a document in a library, and then click Version History (you might have to scroll the menu),
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==More resources==
 
==More resources==
 
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Understanding Default Sharepoint Groups (For Site Admins) [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/default-sharepoint-groups?redirectSourcePath=%252fen-us%252farticle%252fvideo-understanding-permissions-in-sharepoint-c13a4f37-eea1-48f6-8dac-14ac37d73903 Microsoft Help Article]
 
LINK TO MS OFFICE ARTICLE ON ADDING USERS
 
LINK TO MS OFFICE ARTICLE ON ADDING USERS
 
LINK TO MS OFFICE FOR SAVING FILES
 
LINK TO MS OFFICE FOR SAVING FILES

Revision as of 11:37, 4 January 2019

What is SharePoint?

SharePoint is a web-based collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office.

Middle States Application

Using SharePoint

Editing Excel withing the Web Viewer

Saving

Who's on the article?

In a document library, click to open the document you want to work on. It will open in Office Online. The number of people currently editing the document appears at the top right of the document.

Sharepoint1.png

More information on co-authoring available here.

Adding and Removing Users

Note: you must already be an admin of your own SharePoint to edit users. To get access, please contact the HelpDesk via a Help Desk Ticket or by calling 973-720-4357.

  1. Click the gear in the upper right
  2. Under "Users and Permissions", click People and groups.
  3. On the left, select the group from which you'd like to remove the users.
  4. Use the checkboxes to select the users you want to delete.
  5. Click Actions, and then select Remove Users from Group.
  6. Click OK to confirm the deletion.

Share Documents

Select the document you want to share, click the ellipses (…) to open the menu, and then click Share.

Keep Previous Versions of a Document While You Make Changes to It

In SharePoint Online, right-click a document in a library, and then click Version History (you might have to scroll the menu),

Sharepoint3.png

More resources

Understanding Default Sharepoint Groups (For Site Admins) Microsoft Help Article LINK TO MS OFFICE ARTICLE ON ADDING USERS LINK TO MS OFFICE FOR SAVING FILES