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how to you find and edit a page in Sharepoint?

how to you find and edit a page in Sharepoint?

how to you find and edit a page in Sharepoint?

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I am new to SharePoint. It is a very interesting system. And it is interesting how it is used where I am working. But, like I said, I am new to it. So I need some help figuring out how to edit pages that are used.

Sharepoint is used at the where I work as a SSO (Single Sign On) menu component. The main web page is not SharePoint.

That web page uses an iframe to nest a connection to the sharepoint page:

<iframe frameborder="0" border="0" src="https://sso.{{The website}}/Pages/Home.aspx"></iframe>

I am able to log onto the SharePoint server where this page (which is used as a menu) resides. But I do not know where to go from there to edit the page. Since it is part of an SSO system, I also need to understand how roles work. One username gets to see some menu items that another does not.

When I log onto sharepoint on the server, I am given some options of of a few sharepoint programs to run. Which is the best choice?

http://i67.photobucket.com/albums/h292/Athono/shar...

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