After you've evaluated all of your content, you will need to decide on one of the following actions for every document file in question:
A. Do Nothing
The document is no longer needed and won't be included in your Drupal site.
B. Convert document to web page(s)
The content of the document will be more useful and findable, and easier to keep updated, if it's not locked into a document and exists as a web page instead. Our web team will provide best steps for transforming your content into a web page as part of your Drupal training.
C. Upload individual documents to a Drupal page
If there are a small number of documents (ideally no more than five files) that need to be shared and they are still relevant and useful, they may be added as downloadable files directly from your webpage. Any standard document formats (.doc, .ppt, .xls, .pdf) can be uploaded, as can ZIP files (with a total file size limitation).
D. Move large document collections to a file repository
If it's important that a large collection of documents or folders of documents be shared together, a document repository like Microsoft SharePoint will provide a better option for browsing and maintaining that content. Our IT team is available to help create an appropriate solution for your files that will allow you to link to documents from your website and manage access to those documents.
Request Document Repository Support from IT