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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Overview for End Users
(Microsoft Training Course: 50352) - 3 days - £1425 exc VAT



> Target Audience
This course explores all the new end user features exposed in SharePoint 2010. It is intended for anyone that works with SharePoint team sites, libraries, lists and items.
> Course outline
  1. SharePoint Introduction
  2. Collaboration Experience
  3. Lists
  4. List Management
  5. Permissions
  6. SharePoint Foundation Site Definitions
  7. SharePoint Server Site Definitions
  8. Office Integration
  9. My Site

Supplementary Information Please note that this course is an overview aimed specifically at end users. There is very little technical content, and it should not be used as preparation for a SharePoint exam or certification. Some elements of this course may appear in the MOS exam, but again, it should not be used as exclusive preparation for the 77-886 MOS exam. If you have any questions regarding certification, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01225 336096 or email sales@f1comp.co.uk.
Module 1: SharePoint Introduction
  • This module looks at the new and exciting features of SharePoint 2010.
  • What’s New in SharePoint 2010
  • End User Adoption
  • What is SharePoint?
Skills
  • Describe the major components of SharePoint 2010.
  • Describe the new features and capabilities of SharePoint 2010 as compared to 2007.
  • Describe what business problems SharePoint 2010 can address.
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Module 2: Collaboration Experience
  • This module looks at the common features of a basic SharePoint site.
  • New SharePoint Features
  • UI Improvements
  • Create Page
  • Ribbon
  • Wiki Capabilities
  • Lab: User interface
Skills
  • Describe the new UI features of SharePoint 2010.
  • Understand how the Ribbon works.
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Module 3: Lists
  • This module looks at lists from an end user standpoint and a database standpoint. It explores the new lists in SharePoint 2010.
  • Lists in SharePoint 2010
  • Use new Asset Library
  • Lab: AssetLibrary
Skills
  • Describe and use the new Asset Library.
  • Understand when to use a List and when to use a Database.
  • Know how to use and create Document Sets.
  • Create External Lists.
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Module 4: List Management
  • This module explores how to manage lists in SharePoint 2010.
  • List Management
  • Multi-Document Actions
  • Turn On Document Sets
  • Column Level Validation
  • List Level Validation
  • Content Ratings
  • Audience Targeting
  • Metadata Navigation
  • Manage Item Scheduling
  • Document ID Service
  • Generate File Plan Report
  • Record Declaration Settings
  • Lab: NewFeatures
Skills
  • Multi-Document Actions.
  • Use Column\List Level Validation.
  • Use Content Ratings.
  • Use Audience Targeting.
  • Use Metadata Navigation.
  • Use Manage Item Scheduling.
  • Use Document ID Service.
  • Use File Plan Reports.
  • Use Record Declaration Settings.
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Module 5: Permissions
  • This module explores SharePoint groups, permission levels, permissions and the new Permission Finders.
  • SharePoint Permissions
  • Permission Finder
  • Lab: SharePoint Permissions
Skills
  • Understand what it means when permissions are cumulative.
  • Understand SharePoint permissions.
  • Know how to use the Permission Checker.
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Module 6: SharePoint Foundation Site Definitions
  • This module reviews the SharePoint Foundation site definitions.
  • SharePoint Foundation Sites
  • Create Group Work Site
  • Create Visio Process Site
  • Lab: Foundation Site Definitions
Skills
  • Understand Group Work sites.
  • Create a Group Work site.
  • Understand Visio Process Repository sites.
  • Create a Visio Process Repository site.
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Module 7: SharePoint Server Site Definitions
  • This module explores each of the site definitions that come with SharePoint Server.
  • SharePoint Server Site Definitions
  • Use the Publishing Portal
  • Use the Records Center
  • Use the Search Center
  • Use Business Intelligence Center
  • Lab: Server Site Definitions
Skills
  • Describe each of the SharePoint Server site definitions.
  • Be able to effectively use the SharePoint Server site definitions.
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Module 8: Office Integration
  • This module looks at how SharePoint and Office interact.
  • Office Integration
  • Offline Document Libraries
  • Manipulating Calendars
  • Manipulating Tasks
  • Manipulating Contacts
  • Excel Data Reporting
  • Access Data Reporting
  • OneNote
  • SharePoint Workspace 2010
  • Office Web Applications
  • xplore Access Services
  • Explore Visio Services
  • Explore Office and BCS Integration
  • Lab: Office Integration
  • Lab: Office Web Applications
  • Lab: Access Services
  • Lab: Visio Servcies
  • Lab: Office and BCS
Skills
  • Describe how SharePoint integrates with Office.
  • Describe and use Office Web Applications.
  • Describe and use Access Services.
  • Describe and use Visio Services.
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Module 9: My Site
  • This module reviews the SharePoint MOSS feature called My Site.
  • What is Social Computing
  • Create your My Site
  • Your Profile
  • Colleagues
  • Colleagues - Tracking Changes
  • Explore Memberships
  • Explore In Common With
  • Documents
  • My Blog
  • My Tags and Notes
  • Lab: My Site
Skills
  • Describe what a My Site is.
  • Create and modify a My Site.
  • Work with My Site social networking features.
  • Protect yourself in the Social Computing realm.
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> Pre-Requisites
Before attending this course, students must have the following pre-requisites:
  • An understanding of Microsoft SharePoint 2007 basics.
> Purpose
After completing this course, students will be able to describe the components of SharePoint 2010; understand when to use a List and when to use a Database; manage lists in SharePoint 2010; understand SharePoint permissions; understand site definitions; integrate SharePoint 2010 with Microsoft Office 2010; create a MySite.
> Supplementary Information
Please note that this course is an overview aimed specifically at end users. There is very little technical content, and it should not be used as preparation for a SharePoint exam or certification. Some elements of this course may appear in the MOS exam, but again, it should not be used as exclusive preparation for the 77-886 MOS exam. If you have any questions regarding certification, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01225 336096 or email sales@f1comp.co.uk.
> EXAMS
There are no exams directly associated with this course