Crossposting this to SBS and Sharepoint forums ...
First, I'm relatively new to these forums and to MS server technologies in general. I may well use the wrong terminology, so please forgive and feel free to correct me. I'm currently working (sprinting !) towards MCP as aÃÂ Small Business SpecialistÃÂ and am enrolled on the fantastic SBSC 70-282 series of seminars. We haven't got to Sharepoint yet, but I'm reading ahead ...
SBS2003 includes Windows Sharepoint Services - version 2.0 I think so that's the version I'm working with. I have an old server at home I'm using for test and it's all set up fine, no problems. My question is about working with Sharepoint. When I have a document open in, say, Office 2007 - what's the easiest way to save that document into a Sharepoint folder ? How does it know which document library to put it in and what attributes to give it ? Does it get the metadata from the document itself ?
More specifically, I'm using the bobwired Sharepoint facility to access documents related to my course. Having done that, I now have a "network shortcut" which points me to that extranet resource. I'd like to enable something similar inhouse. So, for example, I create a spreadsheet for my monthly accounts and I want to file it not under a shared directory but under Sharepoint.
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