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What's the main benefit of a slide library?
To enable people to collaborate better on shared presentations.
To enable people to have access to slides they want to reuse and make it easy for them to find and copy them.
You want to create a slide library. What are the software requirements?
You need an intranet site for your team.
Your team site needs to be running on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, and slide libraries must be enabled as a type of library you can create.
You need Microsoft Office Professional 2007 installed on your computer.
All of the above.
In order to create a slide library, what level of permissions do you need?
You must be a site Member.
You must be a site Owner.
You must be a site Visitor.
What's one way to publish slides to the library?
Copy and paste them from your presentation.
In the library, click Upload, and click Publish Slides.
You've published slides to the library, and now you're looking at text in the Description column of the library. You want to change this for one of the slides, to make it more specific. Where do you start?
Change information on the original slide in the presentation, and then republish it.
In the library, point to the file name next to the slide thumbnail, click the arrow, and click Edit Properties on the menu.
Click the arrow next to the Description column heading, and then click the description you want.
What's an essential task you should complete after you've created a slide library?
Pat yourself on the back for creating a vital asset for your team.
Provide your team with the library's address (URL).