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Sharepoint, Taxonomies & Search How-to






The Montague Institute will hold a series of 3-hour training sessions on 
how to implement taxonomies and search in Microsoft Office 
Sharepoint Services 2007. The sessions will be conducted via 
teleconference from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm (Eastern time) on September 30, 
October 1, and 2, 2008.

The first session will cover how to plan for search and navigation, types 
and levels of search in the Sharepoint framework, and how to set up 
content collections.

The second session will cover how to define and use scopes, manage 
keywords and Best Bets, customize the search results page, and use search 
Web parts.

The third session will cover advanced customization tasks, navigation, and 

taxonomy integration. At the end of the third session, Stephen Schuster of 

ASTAR Air Cargo will describe how he uses Sharepoint's native SQL metadata 

repository to search a terabyte of data as an alternative to Sharepoint 
full text search.

Space is limited, so you should reserve your spot early. For more 
information, see 
http://www.montague.com/sharepointseminar.html


If you haven't already done so, check out the latest Montague Institute 
Review Article:

MOSS 2007 templates for knowledge managers
(http://www.montague.com/abstracts/MOSS2007templates.html) 


Other upcoming Montague Institute events include:

Information guidance & productivity - October 22, 2008 via teleconference 
(http://www.montague.com/roundtable47.html) 
 
KM & MOSS 2007 in law firms - November 5, 2008 via teleconference 
(http://www.montague.com/roundtable48.html) 
 
Document management in MOSS 2007 - December 3, 2008 via teleconference 
(http://www.montague.com/roundtable49.html) 
 
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