Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 for the Site Owner/Power User
About This Course
This two-day instructor-led course is designed for the site owner/”power user” of a SharePoint site who needs to know how to create sites and lists, manage user access and customize lists and pages. This class uses the SharePoint Server 2010 version of SharePoint. While it is of equal value for users of SharePoint Foundation, it does include a few features not found in Foundation.
This course is intended for the owner of a Microsoft SharePoint Server site who needs to know how to create sites and lists, manage user access and customize lists and web part pages.
This class uses the Microsoft SharePoint Server 4.0 Enterprise Edition version of SharePoint.
- Good Microsoft Office skills, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
- Good SharePoint end-user skills including:
- Libraries: Document. Form (InfoPath), Wiki, Picture, Slide (PowerPoint slide library)
- Lists: Tasks, Links, Calendars, Surveys, Announcements, Contacts, Discussions
- Adding content to lists and libraries
- Uploading content
Module 1: The Role of the Site Owner
This module explains the role of the site owner.
Module 2: SharePoint Review
In this module we will take a brief guided tour of SharePoint from the point of view of the end-user as a review of SharePoint 2010 features and to discover a few features you may have not have discovered.
Module 3: Using and Customizing Lists
In this module you will see how to customize lists and libraries.
All lists, from link lists to document libraries, have a common set of features. These include general settings such as title and description, user access permissions, custom columns and custom views.
Module 4: Creating Forms Libraries
Forms Libraries are SharePoint libraries based on an InfoPath form template. InfoPath is a client application installed on the user’s PC and is used to both design forms and fill out forms. SharePoint Server Enterprise includes a backend InfoPath server (InfoPath Forms Services) that can deliver forms to users via a browser. With Forms Services, users do not need a locally installed copy of InfoPath.
Module 5: Creating Web Pages
Often you will need to create a page within a SharePoint site that does not need any SharePoint features such as web parts or lists. Basic Web Pages are treated the same as any other document and are stored in a document library.
Module 6: Sites and Workspaces
In this module you will learn about Site Customization, Web Parts and Search Visibility.
Module 7: Users and Groups
Site Settings options covered in this module:
Module 8: Site Activity
In this module you will learn about Site Collection Web Analytics Report and Site Web Analytics Reports.