Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
3. Click the tab for the page that you want to rename.
You go to the appropriate page of the Workspace.
4. Click Settings on the toolbar and choose the appropriate settings
For example, if you’re renaming a list, you’d click List Settings.
5. Click Title, Description, and Navigation in the General Settings section.
The General Settings page opens (refer to Figure 9-12).
6. Type a new name in the Name field, and then click Save to save your
Dabbling with the Dashboards
When an Office Live user accesses a Workspace, he lands in the Dashboard
area of the Workspace. Each Workspace has its own Dashboard. The Dashboard
provides a snapshot of the various pages within the Workspace. You might
think of the Dashboard as the Workspace’s home page.
You can add additional sections to the Dashboard to include more
information. If (for example) you added a new Special Announcements page to your
Workspace, you can in turn add a Special Announcements section to the
In addition to adding recaps of your Workspace pages to the Dashboard,
Office Live includes a couple of special sections called Web Parts . You can
add a What’s New Web Part to highlight all the latest and greatest changes
that users have made, no matter what page they changed.
Follow these steps to add a Web Part:
1. Click Workspaces on the Navigation bar.
Right on schedule, the Workspaces page opens.
2. Click the Workspace whose Dashboard you’d like to customize.
You land with a virtual plunk in the Dashboard of the selected Workspace.
3. Choose Customize Dashboard from the Common Tasks drop-down
The Dashboard is now in editing mode; a yellow bar runs across the top
of the Dashboard. The Dashboard is divided into sections on the top, left
and right sides, as shown in Figure 9-15. Each one contains an Add a Web