SharePoint 2010 Pop Quiz: Customizing Lists and Libraries in SharePoint 2010
Applies to the "Stabilizing and Deploying SharePoint Components" objective of Exam 70-573.
Q: Which tool can be used to create custom views of lists and libraries?
- Microsoft SharePoint Workspace
- Microsoft SharePoint Designer
- Microsoft InfoPath Designer
- Central Administration web application
Answer and explanation below.
Answer is B: Microsoft SharePoint Designer can be used to create custom views of lists and libraries.
With Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 you can create and customize the forms that are used to view lists and libraries. You can show or hide certain fields, reorganize those fields, change the layout of the form, add formatted text and graphics, and ultimately, change the XSL, HTML or ASP used by the form.
Quick Tip: Learn more about creating custom views of lists and libraries here.
Bonus Question: Exchange 2010 databases can be dismounted for maintenance and users can continue to access their email when using what new Server technology? (Tweet your answer with #pop573e and get a chance to win a Redmond t-shirt! Deadline for entries is Monday, February 6.)
Answer to last week's bonus question: The SharePoint Server Enterprise Site features must be activated to support Visio Services, Access Services, and Excel Services Application Services.
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