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SharePoint lists I: An introduction

Test yourself

Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.


Inside SharePoint 2010 Products, a list is:

A collection of data that you can share with team members.

A place where you can privately post information but others cannot.

A collection of data that is automatically generated by the SharePoint site.

A shareable, yet unchangeable collection of rows and columns; a snapshot of data at a particular time.

Which of the following is the correct way to edit an item?

Double-click the item and start typing.

Select Edit Item from the item’s drop-down list.

Select the check box for the item. On the List tab, click Edit List.

Select the check box of the item you want to edit, and then click Delete on the Items tab.

How can you switch to Datasheet View?

On the List Tools tab on the ribbon, click the List tab, and then click Export to Excel.

On the List Tools tab on the ribbon, click the List tab, and then click Modify View.

Drag from the upper-left corner down to the lower-right corner. Right-click your selection, and then click Datasheet View.

On List Tools tab on the ribbon, click the List tab, and then click the Datasheet View button.

How can you switch to Inline Editing?

On the ribbon, click the List tab and then click Customize Form.

On the ribbon, click the Items tab and then click Item Permissions.

On the List Tools tab on the ribbon, click the List tab and then click Modify View. Then select the Allow inline editing check box.

On the ribbon, click the List tab and then select the Allow inline editing check box.

How do you remove an item from the Recycle Bin?

Select the item you want to remove, and then click Delete Permanently.

Drag the item from your list to the Recycle Bin.

Right-click the item and click Delete List Item. Find the item in the Recycle Bin, select the item, and then click Delete Permanently.

After an item is deleted from a list, find the item in the Recycle Bin, select the item, and then click Delete Selection.

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