Earlier this year, we published operations procedures and resource centers for Records Management and Web Content Management. This week, we completed the Enterprise Content Management operations content and resource centers by publishing the Document Management operations procedures for both MOSS and WSS, and the Document Management resource center.

What’s covered?

The Document Management operations procedures include procedures for managing document libraries, managing content types and permissions for a document library, and describe how to configure Information Rights Management settings.

The Document Management resource center lists resources you can use to evaluate, plan, deploy, and operate a document management system using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.  Here you will also find community resources, case studies, Webcasts and podcasts which provide you with additional resources to help you get the most out of your Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 document management system.

Feedback welcome!

Have you ever wished you could have a say in the way documentation is written here at Microsoft? Well, now’s your chance. We welcome your feedback on the new Managing Documents procedures and the new Document Management resource center and will do our best to make the improvements you suggest. What would we like to know? We’d like to know things like:  Is this content useful? Is it detailed enough? Did we leave something out that you feel would be helpful? Did we include something that you feel has no value? We’re also interested in hearing what you like about this content so we can keep doing it. Anything you feel we should know about the Managing Documents content or the Document Management resource center is very important to us. Let us know what you think!

There are three ways that you can provide feedback about the new Managing Documents procedures and the new Document Management resource center:

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-- Claudia Lake
SharePoint IT Pro documentation team