SharePoint Power End User

This course is designed to provide students with a practical understanding of the use, creation, and management of MOSS 2007 sites. Students attending this course learn how to navigate and contribute content effectively within the framework of a collaborative environment. Advancing from these topics, students learn how to build and manage site components, structured around efficient maintenance and consumption. Discussions of core best practices provide students with context for employing the functionality they have learned.Students first learn about site navigation and data storage and retrieval through Instructor-led modules covering topics such as search and effective use of lists and libraries. Building on this foundation, students dive deeper into site administration, learning how to create and manage sites, lists, libraries, views and workflows. Security and rights administration are also covered. Functional concepts and best practices are interwoven into the modules to provide a framework for the topics.
Students taking this course should have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office 2007 products and familiarity with Internet Explorer.
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS 2007) users who want to develop a better understanding of how to find content efficiently, and use and contribute to collaborative sites; MOSS 2007 users who are responsible for managing one or more sites or site components such as lists and libraries; Help Desk personnel who provide support to end users that use or manage MOSS 2007 sites.
  • Introduction to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
  • Introduction to Site Owner Administration
  • Work with Lists
  • Work with Document Libraries
  • Create and Manage Lists and Libraries
  • Use Collaborative Sites
  • Create Sites and Web Pages
  • Manage the Look and Feel of Sites
  • Customize Sites Using Web Parts
  • Site Administration
  • Manage Galleries
  • Manage Workflows

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