Web content is the textual, visual or aural content that is encountered as part of the user experience on websites. It may include, among other things: text, images, sounds, videos and animations. Content in SharePoint is (usually) stored in a Content database.

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SharePoint - Open New Document

I have a document library with two content types, each having a default template. I want to use the "New" drop down menu to open these templates and create documents. When Microsoft Word is running ...
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Link to a Document by UNC

I've seen some old discussions about this but nothing current, so thought I'd throw it out there: Using MOSS/WSS 3.0, I'm looking for ways (without Visual Studio) to allow a new Link to a Document to ...
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“Content Areas” in Sharepoint 2010

What exactly does the term, 'content area' mean in Sharepoint 2010. Does it mean web apps, site collections, sites or general content available. Are there any others 'areas' in Sharepoint similar to ...
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Deleting Dead User Accounts from Sharepoint Alerts,Assigned to E-Mails ,Workflows

how delete Dead User Accounts from Sharepoint Alerts,Assigned to E-Mails ,Workflows.
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Content field not recognized on Page Layout

I'm using SharePoint Designer 2010 to create a custom page layout. I have a content type called "Web Part Page" and its parent is "Page" content type. I have several site columns associated with this ...
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Database size differs between Sharepoint and SQL

We have configured RBS in our sharepoint 2010 environment, when we calculate the database size from sharepoint its shows 90GB however the database size in SQL server is around 25GB and RBS size is ...
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Content Type Field missing from New Form

I have created three content types and associated with a list. When you click the list and then the add new button from the Ribbon in the top, all 3 types display. However, when you click add new ...
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How to apply v4 master to sitemanager.aspx

We recently migrated from 2007 to 2010. However the Manage Site Content and Structure link which points to _layouts/sitemanager.aspx seems to have a look and feel of 2007. How can this be set to use ...