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Microsoft Sharepoint is a software platform and family of software products used for collaboration and web publishing combined. These capabilities include developing web sites, portals, intranets, content management systems, search engines, wikis, blogs, and other tools for business intelligence and collaboration. SharePoint has a Microsoft Office-like interface, and it is closely integrated with the Office suite.

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after aborted moving of sharepoint files on sbs 2008 server, the site doesn't run also the administration consol so is there any way to reinstall the wss.
for information, the site still umpty no data were puted in
thanks a lot
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by:Brian B
You have made this a post. Most Experts won't see it here. You should use the "ask a question" button at the top of the screen.
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by:xalidus cactus
thanks a lot
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Hello, I'm new to Sharepoint and I'm working with the 2013 free version. I've set up two document libraries and added them as web parts to the home page. Is there a way for these to be displayed in alphabetical order? When I edit the page and click on each of the web parts, I can see the properties of each part, but don't see if there is a way for them to be arranged so they are sorted in ascending order by document library name. Is this possible to do? Thanks in advance!
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by:Rob Henson
Same with this, you'll get better results from raising a question.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/askQuestion.jsp
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Hello, I'm new to Sharepoint and I'm working with the 2013 free version. I'm trying to set up some simple document libraries and enable searching on them. I have search enabled, and a handful of documents loaded however when I try to do a search on a word in the title of one of the documents, I get the 'Nothing matches your search' page. I did spend about 20 hours reviewing every setting, and researching on the net about how to get this to work. The crawl service is set to auto start on the server and I've tried doing a simple search daily since I started work on this last week but so far I'm stumped. Any input would be appreciated (however don't get alarmed if I don't reply as I'm going on vacation later this week and won't be back until 2/19). Thanks in advance!
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by:Rob Henson
Hi jp2558tci,

Looks like you need to raise a question for this issue; you have raised a post. You are likely to get better responses from a question as it is likely to be seen by more experts in the topics you have chosen.

Please use the big blue button at the top of the screen or this link:
https://www.experts-exchange.com/askQuestion.jsp
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by:jp2558tci
Thank you - will do.
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We have a List where data is fed through  a form i.e (+ New), I would like to restrict it in a way that majority of the Sharepoint users can only view the List and not be able to access the options in the red box. Only assigned users can have access to the red box.RFLForm.jpg
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by:Ferruccio Accalai
Is this meant as a question? If so open a question instead of a post
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by:RFLafferty
Thank you
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I've written a very simple PowerShell Script to connect to the following Microsoft Online Services from one Powershell Window:

Office365 Admin Center
Exchange Online
Sharepoint Online
Skype for Business
Security and Compliance Center

You can find the Script here:
https://davidatkin.com/blog/powershell-script-connect-microsoft-online-services-office365/

I know there are alot of these scripts out there but thought I would Share it anyway.
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Just created a Sharepoint Slide Library on Office 365 but when I click on "Upload" then select "Publish Slides" I get the error "This feature requires Microsoft PowerPoint.  Either the application is not installed, or your browser is not configured to support ActiveX controls.  I have PowerPoint 2016 installed ( other users get the same error with PowerPoint 2010 installed).  I have also reset my IE (32 bit) security settings to default.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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by:Echo_S
I don't know.
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by:Brian B
Most Experts will not see this question because you put it up as a post. You should probably ask it as a question: https://www.experts-exchange.com/askQuestion.jsp
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create entry forms in sharepoint
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by:RFLafferty
Walter, Is there a support link or video that I can show to to users how to do Thanks
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by:Walter Curtis
There are a gazillion links out there about SharePoint. Here is one to get you started:

http://www.dummies.com/software/microsoft-office/sharepoint/how-to-set-up-a-task-list-in-sharepoint-2013/#slide-1

Good luck...
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Microsoft SharePoint

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Microsoft Sharepoint is a software platform and family of software products used for collaboration and web publishing combined. These capabilities include developing web sites, portals, intranets, content management systems, search engines, wikis, blogs, and other tools for business intelligence and collaboration. SharePoint has a Microsoft Office-like interface, and it is closely integrated with the Office suite.