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Leveraging Content Types in SharePoint Document Libraries and Lists
Introduction to Leveraging Content in Document Libraries and Lists
Content types are a new feature introduced in Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0. To leverage this feature appropriately, users can't just rely on the basic documentation. What you'll find in the real world is that companies are implementing the various components of content types without leveraging the full power of using the components of content types together. Once you've been able to move beyond using folders in your document libraries and you've adopted the use of metadata (or columns), it's important to understand how you can leverage content types to take your SharePoint Document Libraries and Lists to the next level.
To bring a real context to content types, I will be walking through various real-world examples. These will allow you to ultimately apply content types to your own business needs.
Before you start with the examples, make sure you understand what content types are.
TAGS:services, Libraries, SharePoint, documents, document management
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