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SharePoint 2010 : Change a User’s or Group’s Permissions on a File or List Item

12/19/2010 7:58:31 PM
To change permissions on a file or an item, open the manage permissions page for that file or item and select the name (or names) of the user or group for which you want to change the permissions. Then click the Edit User Permissions button in the Modify section of the Permission Tools ribbon. The Edit Permissions dialog appears, enabling you to select permissions for that user or group (see Figure 1).
Figure 1. Changing a user’s or group’s permissions.


In the Edit Permissions dialog, you can select one or more permission levels. For example, if you select Contribute and Approve, the user will be able to both edit the document or list item and approve it but will not be able to set the permission on the file or item. When you are done selecting permissions, click OK.

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