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Create a Document Library in SharePoint 2013

Posted By:Jacob Robinson       Posted Date: December 23, 2013    Points: 200    Category: SharePoint    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

In this article I would like to explain to create a document library, and add, edit, delete the documents in document library.
 

Step 1: Click the settings menu near User account (System Account) the following popup will appear. In that item details click the Site contents.

 settings menu

Step 2: The following site contents page will appear. Click add an app menu.

contents page

Step 3: In Your Apps page click the Document Library menu.

Document Library menu

Step 4: The following popup will show. Enter the Document Library name and click the create button.

Document Library name

Document Lib

Document Library will be created and it shows under the site contents page like below image.

site contents page

Once we click the "StudentsDocuments" menu, the list will be display like under image.

StudentsDocuments

Create a column in SharePoint Document Library

Step 1: Click the create column under the List ribbon.

create column in List ribbon

Step 2: The following popup will appear. In that popup give a column name and select the data type and click the ok button like following images.

column name and select the data type

ok button

The created column will be shown by following.

created column

Add a Document in SharePoint Document Library

There are two types to add a document in SharePoint document library.

Way 1: To click the new document link.

new document link

Way 2: Click the Upload document menu under the FILES ribbon bar.

Upload document menu

To click an upload document or new document the following popup will appear.

new document

Click a browse button to browse the document location.

browse the document location

Choose Document

upload document

upload document

Edit a properties of the document in Document Library items

There are two ways to edit a properties of the document in document library items.

Way 1: Check the item in your document library which you want to edit (properties). Click the Edit properties menu under the Files ribbon bar.

edit document library

Way 2: Check the item in your document library which you want to edit and click the open Menu (dotted lines). Popup will show by following and click the edit properties by following images.

edit properties

Edit Option

Edited document

Edit a document in Document Library items

By two ways to edit a document in a document library.

Way 1: Select the item in your document library which you want to edit (document). Click the Edit document menu under the Files ribbon bar.

Edit document menu

Way 2: Check the item in your document library which you want to edit (document) and click the open Menu (dotted lines). Popup will show by following and click the edit by following image.

Check the item in your document library

Once click on the edit document, the document will be opened. Edit a document and save the document. The changes will be reflected in document library.

Delete a document in Document Library items

Delete a document in a document library by following.

Way 1: Select the item in your document library which you want to delete. Click the delete document menu under the Files ribbon bar by following image.

Delete a document

Way 2: Check the item in your document library which you want to delete and click the open Menu (dotted lines). Popup will show by following and click the delete by following images.

Delete item in your document library

delete PopUp

Deleted Document

Summary

In this article we have explored to create a document library, add, edit and delete the document item in SharePoint 2013.

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