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BOOK: Beginning SharePoint 2013: Building Business Solutions
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Hi,

I have SharePoint 2013 with a small business pro subscription to Office 365. When I tried the first "Try it out" (create a site collection) I could not find Central Administration. Does anyone know if this is a limitation of the subscription?

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Hi!
It's a bit of a different interface if you're creating a site collection in Office 365. Here's how:

In Office 365, click Admin at the top, and choose SharePoint.
If it's not already selected, click "Site Collections" down the left side of the screen.
Click the NEW button, and choose "Private Site Collection".

Laura
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