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Depending on a user's role, they get access to a range of different site actions from the SharePoint ribbon. It's the best way to quickly add new pages, libraries and even sites to a SharePoint 2010 install.
Not every user of a site or an application needs complete control. The Permissions tool lets you add users to predefined groups (and apply their associated permissions) or give them individualised profiles.
SharePoint 2010's in-browser editor lets you edit wiki-style pages using the familiar wiki markup. It's easy to learn, and quicker to use than HTML — and it's easy for new users to quickly build knowledge networks out of their SharePoint pages.