Course 50207A: Learn Microsoft Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Step by Step, Level 1

Type:Course
Audience(s):information workers
Technology:Microsoft SharePoint Designer
Level:100
This Revision:A
Delivery method:
Instructor-led (classroom)
Length:1 day
Language(s):English

First published:

02 February 2009
Overview
About this course
This one-day instructor-led course provides students with an overview of the basic functionality of Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007.
Audience profile
This course is intended for novice information workers who want to learn beginning-level SharePoint Designer 2007 skills.
At course completion
After completing this course, students will understand the basic technology behind SharePoint and SharePoint sites, and know how to work in SharePoint Designer 2007 to create and modify SharePoint site content. Students will know how to work with HTML pages, Web Part pages, and ASP.NET pages, and how to create content based on existing master pages. Students will also know how to create SharePoint lists and display them in Web Parts or as pages. Specifically, they will be able to:
  • Understand SharePoint Designer.
  • Use SharePoint Designer to carry out common tasks.
  • Understand Windows SharePoint Services.
  • Explore a SharePoint site.
  • Understand the relationship between Windows SharePoint Services and SharePoint Server 2007.
  • Consider complications of upgrading customized SharePoint sites.
  • Explore the SharePoint Designer workspace.
  • Use toolbars.
  • Use task panes.
  • Create a SharePoint site hierarchy.
  • Delete a SharePoint site.
  • Explore a Web page.
  • Insert text, ScreenTips, hyperlinks, Web components, and images.
  • Add client-side interactivity.
  • Create a table layout.
  • Change the default page for a Web site.
  • Reset a page to the site definitions.
  • Create a Basic Meeting Workspace site.
  • Create a Web Part page by using a browser.
  • Create an ASP.NET page.
  • Delete a Web page.
  • Create a list.
  • Modify a built-in List View page.
  • Create a List View page.
  • Modify a built-in List Form page.
  • Insert a Web Part zone.
  • Add a Web Part and modify Web Part properties.
  • Create a List View Web Part.
  • Customize a List View Web Part.
Course details
Course OutlineModule 1: Introduction to SharePoint Designer
This module provides an overview of SharePoint Designer and common tasks you can perform with it. It also provides an explanation of the relationship between Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
Lessons
  • Understanding SharePoint Designer
  • Using SharePoint Designer to Carry Out Common Tasks
  • Understanding Windows SharePoint Services
  • Exploring a SharePoint Site
  • Understanding the Relationship Between Windows SharePoint Services and SharePoint Server 2007
  • Considering Complications of Upgrading Customized SharePoint Sites
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Understand the basic functionality of SharePoint Designer, Windows SharePoint Services, and SharePoint Server.
  • Move around in a SharePoint site.
  • Understand possible problems when upgrading customized SharePoint sites.
Module 2: The SharePoint Designer Workspace
This module explains how to work with the SharePoint Designer workspace, toolbars, and task panes.
Lessons
  • Exploring the SharePoint Designer Workspace
  • Using Toolbars
  • Using Task Panes
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Understand the different workspace elements.
  • Work with toolbars and task panes.
Module 3: SharePoint Sites
This module explains how to create site hierarchies and delete sites.
Lessons
  • Creating a SharePoint Site Hierarchy
  • Deleting a SharePoint Site
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Create sites by using templates and edit site content.
  • Delete sites that are no longer necessary.
Module 4: Web Page Content
This module explains how to work with Web pages by inserting text, ScreenTips, hyperlinks, Web components, and images. It also explains how to add client-side interactivity, create and edit tables, change the default page for a Web site, and reset a page to the site definition.
Lessons
  • Exploring a Web Page
  • Inserting Text, ScreenTips, and Hyperlinks
  • Inserting Web Components
  • Inserting Images
  • Adding Client-Side Interactivity
  • Creating a Table Layout
  • Changing the Default Page for a Web Site
  • Resetting a Page to the Site Definition
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Create, edit, format, and add content and other elements to Web pages.
  • Work with images.
  • Create, format, and edit tables.
  • Change the default home page.
  • Reset a page to the site definition.
Module 5: Web PagesThis module explains how to create Basic Meeting Workspace sites, Web Part pages, and ASP.NET pages. It also explains how to delete Web pagesLessons
  • Creating a Basic Meeting Workspace Site
  • Creating a Web Part Page by Using a Browser
  • Creating an ASP.NET Page
  • Deleting a Web Page
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Create and work with a Basic Meeting Workspace.
  • Use a browser to create different components of Web Part pages.
Delete and restore Web pages.
Module 6: Lists and Libraries
This module explains how to work with lists and list view pages.
Lessons
  • Creating a List
  • Modifying a Built-In List View Page
  • Creating a List View Page
  • Modifying a Built-In List Form Page
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Create and edit libraries and lists.
  • Change and create list views.
  • Create and work with Custom List Forms.
Module 7: Web Parts
This module explains how to add Web Part zones and Web Parts, and modify Web Part properties. It also explains how to create and customize Web Parts.
Lessons
  • Inserting a Web Part Zone
  • Adding a Web Part and Modifying Web Part Properties
  • Creating a List View Web Part
  • Customizing a List View Web Part
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Insert Web Part zones.
  • Add, edit, and delete Web Parts.
  • Create and customize Web Parts.
Prerequisites
Before attending this course, students must have:
  • Basic computer knowledge.
  • Basic file-management skills.
  • Basic knowledge of SharePoint site concepts and design principles.
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