I have not written a book review in a while, and as the Cincinnati SharePoint User Group got a stack of these to give away as door prizes, I figure it’s about time. Besides, I need to give this last copy away at January’s meeting.
SharePoint 2010 How-To is written by Ishai Sagi, a SharePoint trainer, solution developer and a SharePoint MVP from Australia. The book is just shy of 400 pages and contains “how-tos” for just about every SharePoint 2010 end-user and site owner feature. This is not so much a tutorial where you will sit down and read it from cover to cover, but more of a quick reference guide useful to both “team members” and site owners.
I even learned something new! How to use SharePoint 2010 tagging on external web sites. See page 56.
I recommend this book as a quick reference guide for both self taught users and for those who have taken a SharePoint Power User / Site Owner class.
Amazon has the book for $25.54, and the Kindle Edition for only $15.39, so you can afford one for each of your SharePoint site owners.
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