SharePoint 2010 Training

SharePoint 2010 Training


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Course Outline

The Fundamentals

Microsoft SharePoint is a tool that makes it easier for people to share important information and collaborate on tasks, documents, and projects. This course covers the basic information you need to begin working with SharePoint, including Permissions, Search, Help, Alerts, and the Recycle Bin.
  1. Introduction to SharePoint
  2. Accessing a SharePoint Site
  3. Understanding the SharePoint Program Screen
  4. Navigating in SharePoint
  5. Understanding the Ribbon
  6. Understanding Permissions and Groups
  7. Using Views and Sorting
  8. Using Search
  9. Using Help
  10. Working with the Recycle Bin
  11. Working with Alerts

Managing Lists

SharePoint 2010 offers organization the ability to store and manage content. Through lists you can collaborate with others on tasks, events, and announcements. This course provides an overview of how to manage lists: how to create and customize lists, and work with the items stored within lists.
  1. Creating a List
  2. Working with List Items
  3. Customizing a List
  4. Deleting a List Item or a List

Working with Lists

Lists are used to manage shared content within a team site. In this course you will learn the tasks that can be completed in SharePoint 2007, such as announcements, events, milestones, and discussion topics.
  1. Adding an Announcement
  2. Adding a Contact
  3. Adding Links
  4. Viewing the Calendar
  5. Adding an Event to the Calendar
  6. Adding a Recurring Event
  7. Viewing a Tasks List and a Project Tasks List
  8. Adding Tasks and Milestones
  9. Adding a Summary Task
  10. Updating a Task
  11. Adding a Discussion Topic
  12. Replying to a Discussion Topic
  13. Working with Issues

Working with Libraries

Organizations depend upon accessing information easily, and SharePoint Libraries offers a central location to update and manage files. This course will dive into how to create, upload, open, and edit a document, as well as check documents in and out and keep track of versions.
  1. Creating a Library
  2. Creating a New Document in a Library
  3. Uploading a File or Document to a Library
  4. Opening and Editing a Document
  5. Checking Out and Checking In a Document
  6. Enabling Versioning History
  7. Using Versioning History
  8. Working with Images

Working with Blogs, Wikis, and Workspaces

There are many ways to can interact and collaborate with other on your SharePoint site. In this course you will learn how Blogs, Wikis, and Workspaces can be used to store, share and keep information organized and easily accessible to the company or your department.
  1. Creating a Wiki Site
  2. Working with a Wiki
  3. Creating a Blog
  4. Writing a Blog Post
  5. Working with a Blog
  6. Creating a Document Workspace
  7. Creating a Meeting Workspace
  8. Linking an Event to a Meeting Workspace

Using SharePoint with Office

SharePoint has the ability to connect with your other Office programs. Learn how to synchronize calendars, import and export from Excel, and co-author documents.
  1. Synchronizing Lists and Libraries with Outlook
  2. Creating a Meeting Workspace from Outlook
  3. Saving a File to a SharePoint Library
  4. Export Lists and Libraries to Excel

Managing Sites

When you first navigate within SharePoint it can be difficult to know how to properly manage the site and visible content. In this course you will learn about finding site content, creating and managing Team Sites, working with site templates, and using web parts.
  1. Working with Site Settings
  2. Customizing Site Appearance and Navigation
  3. Working with Groups
  4. Adding a User to a Group
  5. Working with Web Parts