Sunday, February 2, 2014

Start using Office Web Apps in SharePoint

Save a document in a SharePoint library

You can start with the SharePoint page in your browser and upload a
document from your computer, or you can start with Microsoft Office
2010. If you don’t have an Office desktop application, you can use your
browser to create a new document in the SharePoint library.

In OneNote 2010

  1. Open your notebook in Microsoft OneNote 2010. 
  2. Click the File tab, and then click Share
  3. Click the notebook you want to save. 
  4. Click Network, and then click a document library in the list of locations. If the document library you want is not listed, click Browse to locate it. 
  5. Click Share Notebook
  6. OneNote gives you an opportunity to send a link to the notebook. If you want, click E-mail a Link,
    and compose an e-mail message. One link in the message opens the
    notebook in the OneNote desktop application, and the other link opens
    the notebook in OneNote Web App.
OneNote Web App gives you and your team a centralized place for
collecting notes, brainstorming on a topic, or assembling the bits and
pieces that will become a formal document.

OneNote Web App

  1. Go to a document library on your SharePoint site, and then click the link associated with the OneNote notebook.
    The notebook opens in Editing view, ready for you to add some notes.


  • If you want to make changes to the notebook beyond what you can do in the browser, click Open in OneNote on the Home tab (requires OneNote 1010).
    OneNote Web App automatically saves your changes on the SharePoint site.

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