Month: January 2016


Creating Names in SharePoint

  Don’t use spaces when creating SharePoint site names, list names, or column names because they come up as ugly %20 in the URLs. Go back and add the spaces after creation.   Author: Richard Strole

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Cincinnati SharePoint User Group

Join us at Cincinnati SPUG Jan. 28 at Max Training in Mason, OH 6pm EST Listen to John Ramminger cover using External Data in both SharePoint On Premise and in Office 365. In his session he will cover using External Data in both SharePoint On Premise and in Office 365. He will walk through a working demo […]

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The Creator of SharePoint

Chuck Norris MAY have invented SharePoint!?!?  

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Co-authoring is available on word, excel and PowerPoint documents in all versions of SharePoint 2010, 2013 and Office 365. However, co-authoring is not available when having check-in/out enabled on the document library.

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Content Panda Webinar 1-21

Webinar: Speaking Your SharePoint User’s Language: Better Training for Real People

Everyone experiences the world a little bit differently, so we have to ask ourselves: does it make sense to expect them all to learn–or be taught–in exactly the same way? In this session we’re going to explore the different learning styles in the popular VARK model and how they relate practically to SharePoint training and […]

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Win FREE SPTechCon Austin Pass at Cincinnati SPUG

Cincinnati SharePoint User Group will be meeting on Thursday, January 28, 2016 at Max Technical Training in Mason, Ohio at 6 p.m. Come listen and learn all about SharePoint while networking with fellow SharePoint enthusiasts.   This month Cincy SPUG will be raffling off a pass to SPTechCon Austin donated by BZ Media.   RSVP […]

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Promoted Links – A Little Downside

Recently I was working on a project for a client to move some sites from one web application to another.  Pretty simple task right?  Well, not so quick and easy if your heavily utilizing Microsoft’s SharePoint out of the box feature called Promoted Links.  Overall I really like promoted links and they can add some […]

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Search in SharePoint O365 – Working On It

Ever find yourself sitting around waiting for your content to be searchable in SharePoint O365? I personally know I am not the only one and oddly enough I didn’t notice how big the issue was until a friend of mine asked me a few questions last weekend. My friend asked me by default how often […]

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Multilingual Support in SharePoint Online

  There are two features offered by SharePoint that support users who speak multiple languages: Multiple Language User Interface (MUI) – The MUI feature works with your site’s user interface Variations – variations feature works with your site’s content   User Interface The user interface of your site refers to the elements on your screen […]

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Backup/Archival/Site Management Options in SharePoint Online

With SharePoint Online, there are few OOB options for managing archives or backups.  Below are a few options to consider when developing a backup, archival or site management strategy within SharePoint Online.   Site Closure Policies Even with good governance, SharePoint sites can proliferate and grow out of control.  Site Policies can be used to […]

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