"You can use the Content Editor Web Part to add formatted text, tables, hyperlinks, and images to a Web page.
The Content Editor Web Part is intended for adding content to a page, which may include hyperlinks."
You can customize pages on a SharePoint site by adding or changing Web Parts (Web Part: A modular unit of information that consists of a title bar, a frame, and content. Web Parts are the basic building blocks of a Web Part Page.). Web Parts enable you to add diverse functionality to pages, such as displaying document libraries and charts on pages, without having to write code.
My Sites Reference and links to:
-Getting started with your My Site
-Manage the information you share through your My Site and profile
-Add new colleagues and manage your colleague list
-Edit personal details in your profile
-View your profile by using privacy categories
-View my tags and notes
Brief instructions for common JHome/SharePoint discussion board tasks for the user-end.
A discussion board is a place to share information and discuss topics with other people. When you create a discussion topic or reply to an existing discussion, you can format your text, insert a hyperlink or table, and link to a picture on the Web. Not only can you participate in a discussion board on a SharePoint site, but you can also send an e-mail and connect with Outlook 2010.
"To control bullets, don't use the bullets button on the ribbon. That will drive you crazy."
This page will show you how to "create a list style to manage the bullets, and then apply the built-in paragraph styles List Bullet, List Bullet 2, List Bullet 3 etc to your text."
Learn how to manage your Outlook 2010 mailbox by setting and changing views, settings that control how Outlook displays your data. This course explains some of the ways you can use views to find and organize your mail, contacts, and more.
Follow Harry as he learns to use Outlook to master the increasing email and time management struggles that come with greater responsibility at work. Harry's mentor, Renee, demonstrates how to manage email, tasks, and calendar features together in a system. The system is based on the teachings of many productivity experts, and shows best practices for how to use Outlook.
Do you need to manage a project but aren’t sure how to get started with Project 2010? Learn how to start a new, blank project, create a few project tasks, and give structure to your project through outlining and linking one task to another.
"Tags and notes can make it easier for people to find and share content stored on SharePoint sites and other Web sites. This video shows you how to use tags and notes to keep track of information you're interested in, alert your colleagues about information they might find useful, and likewise get notified when colleagues find or update relevant information."
Wondering how to use Word with SharePoint? Excel with SharePoint? How about PowerPoint and OneNote with SharePoint? Use a SharePoint document library. This course will show you the basics. (7 videos)
Learn how you can use views to organize and display the information in lists and libraries. This video shows how to use columns to sort and filter lists and libraries and how to create a personal view of a list or library.