Tag - SharePoint 2010 Features

How to merge Power Point presentations on SharePoint.

In this article, i am going to explain how you can merge different Power Point presentations into one presentation using slide library of SharePoint 2010.

Step 1: Create Slide Library

  • How to create slide library:

To create a Slide Library, you need to have at least Designer permissions.

  1. On the How to merge Power Point presentations on SharePoint.   menu , click Create.
  2. Under Libraries, click Slide Library.

NOTE    Slide Libraries can be created in only certain types of sites, such as a Team site and Document Workspace. If you do not see Slide Library under Libraries, the type of site you are working on does not support Slide Libraries.

  1. On the New page, under Name, type a name for the library. The name appears in any navigation links that you set up.
  2. Under Description, type an optional description.
  3. Click Create.

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SharePoint 2010 Core Editions and Features by Editions

In this article i am going to explain SharePoint 2010 Core Editions and Import facts about these editions. In next section i will explain features of Sharepoint 2010 by editon.

SharePoint 2010 Core Editions

SharePoint 2010 EditionsLicensingImportant Facts
FoundationWindows Server must be licensed; SQL Server Standard Edition is recommended (SQL Server Express Edition may be used for small-scale deployments); Foundation Edition license is freeProvides a collaboration and content-management platform. Web-based applications may be built and customized atop this platform. Is useful for small businesses and departmental deployments.
StandardWindows Server must be licensed; SQL Server Standard or Enterprise Edition is recommended; SharePoint Server 2010 must be licensed.Provides all of the capabilities of the Foundation Edition.
Supports search capabilities.
Supports My Sites and user profiles.
Supports social tagging.
Is useful for medium to large businesses and smaller deployments demanding the features provided by this edition.
EnterpriseWindows Server must be licensed; SQL Server Enterprise Edition is recommended; SharePoint Server 2010 must be licensed.Provides all of the capabilities of the Foundation and Standard Editions.
Supports Business Intelligence components such as Access Services and Excel Services.
Supports PerformancePoint services.
Is useful for large businesses and smaller deployments demanding the features provided by this edition.

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