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Collaborate on documents and projects more efficiently

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.


Which of the following statements about using SharePoint calendars is true?

The only way to display the event’s property dialog box is by using the ribbon.

Calendar items have a limit of 4 hours for each day, so to make an all-day event requires two events.

The best way to make an item a repeating item is to re-enter the event for each time unit.

The minimum information you must enter to create an event is Title, Start Time, and End Time.

Which of the following statements accurately describes a co-authoring scenario?

You can co-author any Office 2007 or later document as long as you know its URL.

Always check out a document or presentation first before co-authoring.

Changes made by other authors appear instantly in a document or presentation.

In general, the smallest unit of change in a Word document that each author can independently work on is a paragraph.

Which of the following statements accurately describes the process of synchronization between SharePoint Workspace and SharePoint 2010?

Synchronization is uni-directional.

Synchronization only occurs when you click the Synchronize command on the ribbon.

You can use SharePoint Workspace even when you are offline.

To ensure completeness, synchronization replaces entire files and lists each time a change is made.

Which of the following statements about Project tasks lists is not true?

The percentage of a task completion displays in the task list, but unfortunately does not display in the Gantt chart.

You can only add the start date and the due date to complete a project schedule in the task list.

Project task lists have been around for several versions and there have not been significant changes to them.

A Project Tasks List has two main parts: an area for entering all the task data, and a Gantt chart for displaying the tasks and their relationships.

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