Sharepoint books?

Steffen Schilke steffen.schilke at GMAIL.COM
Wed May 29 17:09:31 EDT 2013

I can recommend you Microsoft MOC books / training material (MOC =
Microsoft Official Curriculum) - you can buy either the books or get the
course material on e.g., ebay. Maybe the free SharePoint Foundation is
sufficient enough for your needs



On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 9:01 PM, Drew, Wilfred E CTR USAF AFMC AFRL/RIOIL <
Wilfred.Drew.ctr at> wrote:

> I am looking for books on Sharepoint that are not about setting up the
> sharepoint server but about creating content such setting up a website.  I
> am experimenting with sharepoint to possibly replace or at least supplement
> our current intranet site.  I have a blog going for news that is working
> well.  Our sharepoint is behind the USAF firewalls and is essentially a
> intranet.  Any suggestions?  I have created a webparts page but do not see
> how to get it to act more like a regular webpage.  When I click on the page
> to display it, it shows all of the web part names. I do not want that.
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