Re: SharePoint as a CMS?
A quick question for anyone who might know the answer:
> From my understanding, SharePoint is only capable of managing 'content' at
the document level, and not the content (word, sentence, chunk) level. Can
anyone confirm this? A coworker mentioned that they think the newest
version actually has XML style CMS functionality...
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SharePoint as a CMS?: From: ryan . minaker
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