Community 50562A:

The SharePoint Shepherd’s Course for End Users

Length:2 Days
Published:October 28, 2011
Language(s):English
Audience(s):Information Workers
Level:100
Technology:Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
Type:Course
Delivery Method:Instructor-led (classroom)
About this Course
This two-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to use and administer Microsoft SharePoint 2010 sites. The course focuses on list and library management, building and managing publishing sites, and connectivity with Office 2007 and 2010 applications.
Audience Profile
This course is intended for both novice and intermediate users of SharePoint who have minimum experience with Windows and Microsoft Office (2007 or 2010).
At Course Completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Understand the uses for and capabilities of SharePoint.
  • Create lists and libraries for a variety of business uses.
  • Manage views and other library and list properties.
  • Create and manage publishing sites, including web part management.
  • Administer sites and site collections.
Course OutlineModule 1: Introducing SharePoint
This module explains the benefits of SharePoint, as well as the terminology and features of SharePoint 2010.
Lessons
  • What is SharePoint and why use it?
  • Collaborating with SharePoint
  • Publishing with SharePoint
  • Introduction to Personal Sites
  • Getting Around SharePoint
Lab : Getting Around SharePoint
  • Navigating a SharePoint Site
  • Creating an Alert
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Know what SharePoint is, including the new features in SharePoint 2010.
  • Explain sites, workspaces, blogs and wikis.
  • Be familiar with personal sites, such as My Site.
  • Navigate in SharePoint.
Module 2: Working with SharePoint
This module explains how to work with SharePoint lists and libraries, create and manage publishing and wiki sites, and use Office to connect to SharePoint.
Lessons
  • Using Lists
  • Using Libraries
  • Creating Pages
  • Managing Meetings
  • Integrating with Office
Lab : Using Lists
  • Create a New Announcement
  • Create a New Contact
  • Start a New Discussion
  • Reply to a Discussion
  • Edit Discussions
  • Delete Discussions
  • Create a New List Item
  • Attach a File to a List Item
  • Edit a List Item
  • Delete a List Item
  • Edit a List View
  • Add a List View
  • Edit a List in Datasheet View
  • Recovering Items from the Recycle Bin
Lab : Using Libraries
  • Create a New Folder in a Library
  • Add a File to a Document Library
  • Check Out a Library Item
  • Check In a Library Item
  • Upload a Single Library Item
  • Upload Multiple Library Items
Lab : Creating Pages
  • Create a Publishing Page
  • Edit Page Content in Place
  • Create a Content Page in Word
  • Edit a Wiki Page Home Page
Lab : Managing Meetings
  • Create an Event
  • Create a Recurring Event
  • Create a Meeting Workspace
  • Create Meeting Objectives
  • Create a Meeting Agenda
  • Invite Attendees
  • Create a Things to Do List
  • Create a Decisions List
Lab : Integrating with Office 2007*
  • Create a Document Workspace in Office 2007
  • Open and Save Documents from Office 2007
  • Open and Save Documents from Office 2007
  • Add Document Collaborators in Office 2007
  • Check Out a Document in Office 2007
  • Check In a Document in Office 2007
  • Connect to a Document Workspace in SharePoint Workspace
  • Open and Save Documents from SharePoint Workspace
  • Check Out Documents in SharePoint Workspace
  • Check In Documents in SharePoint Workspace
  • Sync Documents in SharePoint Workspace
  • Edit SharePoint Workspace Synchronization Settings
Lab : Integrating with Office 2010*
  • Open and Save Documents from Office 2010
  • Check Out a Document in Office 2010
  • Check In a Document in Office 2010
  • Connect to a Document Workspace in SharePoint Workspace
  • Open and Save Documents from SharePoint Workspace
  • Check Out Documents in SharePoint Workspace
  • Check In Documents in SharePoint Workspace
  • Sync Documents in SharePoint Workspace
  • Edit SharePoint Workspace Synchronization Settings
* Trainers can select from either the Office 2007 or 2010 modules, depending on client need.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Use and manage SharePoint lists.
  • Work with SharePoint libraries.
  • Create publishing and wiki pages.
  • Manage meetings in SharePoint.
  • Integrate SharePoint with Office 2007 or 2010.
Module 3: Creating with SharePoint
This module explains how to create content with SharePoint lists and libraries, as well as manage columns. Subsites will also be created and web part management will be explored.
Lessons
  • Creating with Lists
  • Creating with Libraries
  • Using Columns
  • Creating Subsites
  • Working with Web Parts
Lab : Creating with Lists
  • Create a Custom List
  • Import a Spreadsheet to Create a List
  • Create a Task List
  • Accessing Earlier Versions of Items
  • Create a Survey
  • Preview Your Survey
  • Enable Survey Branching
  • Send a Survey Link
  • View Survey Results
  • Complete Survey Results
  • Assign a Workflow to an Item
  • Save a List as a Template
Lab : Creating with Libraries
  • Create a Document Library
  • Create a Picture Library
  • Create a Form Library
  • Add a Library View
  • Accessing Earlier Versions of a Document
  • Require Check-In/Out in a Library
  • Start a Workflow
  • Create an Approval Workflow Association
  • Add Publishing Approvers
  • Remove a Document Workspace
Lab : Using Columns
  • Create New Columns
  • Editing Existing List Columns
  • Delete List Columns
  • Edit Library Content Types
Lab : Creating Subsites
  • Create a Wiki Page Home Page
  • Allow Users to Create Different Subsites
  • Create a Subsite
Lab : Working with Web Parts
  • Add a Web Part
  • Add a Silverlight Web Part
  • Implement and Configure Custom Content Query Web Parts
After completing this module, students will be able to: Create content with lists, including surveys
  • Create different forms of libraries, and manage the content within those libraries.
  • Edit and administer list and library columns.
  • Create wiki and publishing sub-sites.
  • Add and configure web parts.
Module 4: Administration
This module explains how to build personal sites, manage user groups and their permissions, and administer SharePoint sites.
Lessons
  • Building Personal Sites
  • Managing User Groups and Permissions
  • Site Administration
Lab : Building Personal Sites
  • Create a My Site
  • Edit Your My Site Profile
  • Add Colleagues to Your My Site
  • Edit Public and Private Views
  • Apply a Theme to My Site
Lab : Managing User Groups and Permissions
  • Create a New Group
  • Assign Users to a Group
  • Remove Users from a Group
  • Edit Group Settings
  • Remove a Group
  • Manage Item Permissions
  • Create a Custom Permission Level
Lab : Site Administration
  • Change a Site Theme
  • Create a Site Theme in PowerPoint
  • Apply a Site Theme from PowerPoint
  • Customize Publishing Site Navigation
  • Save a Site as a Template
  • Recovering Items from the Site Collection Recycle Bin
  • Install and Activate a Sandbox Solution
  • Deactivate a Sandbox Solution
After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Create personal My Sites.
  • Manage user groups and their permissions.
  • Perform basic site administration tasks in SharePoint.
Before attending this course, students must have these skills:
  • Basic Windows knowledge.
  • Basic Microsoft Office (2007 or 2010) knowledge.
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