Top 3 best selling SharePoint 2010 books for End-users

Since is almost Christmas I decided to create a reading list to inspire people, and to have a quick overview of available reading material on SharePoint 2010 and related products. Be early this year and buy your Christmas gift (or for your partner, friend…) now! This is the first post of a TOP 3 series post and it is all about the best-selling SharePoint books for end-users and power users.

Best SharePoint book for End-User/Power user: Top  3

1. Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Plain & Simple: Learn the simplest ways to get things done with Microsoft SharePoint 2010

Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Plain & Simple end user This is a basic book about SharePoint. However, this is perfect to teach end users on what SharePoint can do and how to do some basic things. The pictures make it very friendly to read and the step-by-step is simple and to the point. If you are a SharePoint professional, you might be disappointed in this book, but everybody who needs/wants to learn more SharePoint will be happy with this book.
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2. How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2010

How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2010 best selling book “How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2010” is written specifically for end users who want to get the most out of their companies SharePoint 2010 implementation. The book offers a concise overview of everything that SharePoint 2010 has to offer, which is useful to new SharePoint use. It is not the best ‘How To’ resource, but definitely a valuable addition to other SharePoint books.
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 3. Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 Step by Step

Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 best selling book “Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 Step by Step” is a solid guide for SharePoint Designer. It is straightforward, clearly written and full of very useful information about workflow, reporting and SharePoint Designer. Recommended for anyone who wants to learn about SharePoint Designer 2010 and all functionality it provides.
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Overview of available SharePoint books

Since it is almost Christmas I decided to create a reading list to inspire people, and to have a quick overview of available reading material on SharePoint 2010 and related product. So if you’re partner is into SharePoint, you might find a last minute Christmas present in this list. This is also a list that represents what I would like to read.

I have organized the books in 3 levels. The fist one are books for non-developers and non IT-PRO. They are high level SharePoint, organizational or quit generic. The second one are books for IT-PRO’s, and the third one are books for (power)users of SharePoint but also related software like Office 2010 and Infopath. I don’t have a chapter dedicated to development books, since I don’t know really much about development, hence I can’t add these kinds of books to my ‘wish list’.

SharePoint books for non-developers or IT-PRO’s

 

SharePoint books for IT-PRO’s

 

SharePoint 2010 and related products for the (power)user

Since it is almost Christmas I decided to create a reading list to inspire people, and to have a quick overview of available reading material on SharePoint 2010 and related product. So if you’re partner is into SharePoint, you might find a last minute Christmas present in this list.

I have organized the books in 3 levels. The fist one are books for non-developers and non IT-PRO. They are high level SharePoint, organizational or quit generic. The second one are books for IT-PRO’s, and the third one are books for (power)users of SharePoint but also related software like Office 2010 and Infopath. I don’t have a chapter dedicated to development books, since I don’t know really much about development, hence I can’t add these kinds of books to my ‘wish list’.

SharePoint books for non-developers or IT-PRO’s

 

SharePoint books for IT-PRO’s

 

SharePoint 2010 and related products for the (power)user