I put a lot of documentation on our SharePoint site, and it all lists as being Checked Out To me. How do I check all of those files in, in one shot?
Go to Site Settings -> under Site Administration, select "Content and Structure". At the first page there is a list of the files with a "view" in the toolbar on the right section. Drop this down and choose "Checked out to me". Navigate to the folder where the files you wish to check in are located.
This will list all of the files checked out to you in the given directory you are in, and then you can check the checkboxes to select your items and in the actions drop down choose check in. You'll be prompted one time for the comment to check the file in with, so be sure you want to replicate that comment across all selected items for the Version History.
You can use SharePoint Designer to navigate to the site / Document library. Select all files that need checking in and select Check-in from the Edit menu.
Alternatively use PowerShell as described in this post.
You can also use the Manage Content and Structure feature if you have the publishing feature turned on.
SP2010 you can find it as below
Site Actions ->
Content and structure ->
Change View (Checked Out to Me) -> Select all files using checkbox and click on
Actions Menu. There's option to
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