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What is SharePoint Online?  It is a cloud-based service, hosted by Microsoft, where you can create and share files, data, news, and resources with colleagues, teams, departments and divisions.  Collaborate effortlessly and securely with team members inside and outside your organization, across PCs, Macs, and mobile devices.

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Access Basics

Invalid file names and file types - File upload size
File Storage Limits
How to access SharePoint Online
Accessibility support for SharePoint Online
10 things you can do with SharePoint, right now
What is a document library
Create a folder in a document list 


Collaborate in SharePoint
Understanding permission levels in SharePoint
Stop sharing files or folder, or change permissions
Move or copy files
Upload files to a library
Share SharePoint files or folders
Co-authoring together
See who a file or folder is shared with
How does versioning work
Student Access


Work with others at the same time - same document
Delete a file, folder or link from a document library
Check Out / Check In _ Discard Check out
Add a link in a document library

Manage Content

Create a list
Create a column
Delete a column
Manage lists and libraries
Stop sharing files or folder, or change permissions
External Sharing
Recycle Bin & Are stored document in SP backed up
Create an alert when file or folder changes

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What's new in Microsoft SharePoint Online

SharePoint Online video training

Troubleshooting Common SharePoint issues:

  • Below are additional common problems users experience in SharePoint
  • I'm receiving an error saying I do not have permission to access a site.
  • The file I need to edit is already checked out.
  • Internet Explorer is not letting me edit documents.
  • I get an error when using the Import Spreadsheet app and am unable to import an Excel file.I am unable to upload a file.
  • I am unable to open documents in SharePoint libraries.
If you are unable to resolve your problem, submit a ticket to the Helpdesk

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