Create a Document Workspace
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Do one of the following:
Create a private Document Workspace site for a document that is already published in a document library
In a Web browser, go to the document library where the document is stored.
Point to the name of the document, click the Edit arrow that appears, and then click Create Document Workspace .
After you have worked on the document in the Document Workspace, you can update the original copy in the document library. In the Document Workspace, click the arrow next to the document, and then click Publish to Source Location .
Create a Document Workspace site in a Web browser
Go to a Microsoft Web site where you have permission to create Document Workspaces.
Note: You may need to contact an administrator to grant you permission to create Document Workspaces.
On the top link bar, click Create .
On the Create page, under Web Pages , click Sites and Workspaces .
Enter a title, description, and URL, and click a permission setting; then click Create .
On the Template Selection page, click Document Workspace in the Template box, and then click OK .