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Overview

The Knowledge Academy

The goal of this course is to provide you with the knowledge required by an end-user of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. The course emphasises hands-on experience, with a series of self-guided exercises integrated into the training.
You will discover how to access SharePoint from a browser or from Microsoft Office; how to use SharePoint to collaborate within a team; organise and manage documents, events, lists and other items. 

Objectives

This course will help you meet the following objectives:

Understand the concept of using a SharePoint site

Collaborate information with other people and teams

Create and maintain SharePoint lists and libraries

Use various tools to maintain content in a SharePoint site

Prerequisites

This course requires delegates to meet the following pre-requisites:

A basic understanding of Windows

Experience using Internet Explorer 7/8 or equivalent browser

A basic knowledge of Office 2010 applications (Word, Excel, Outlook)

You will learn how to:

Explain how SharePoint can help create a collaborative working environment

Recognise site structure and the SharePoint building blocks

Find information and people in a SharePoint site

Create and edit libraries and lists

Sort and filter items in a list or library

Use a document library for collaborative working

Share a team calendar and contact list

Connect people to lists and libraries using Outlook

Control document editing using Check In / Check Out

Manage documents using versioning

Create draft versions of documents

Course Outline

Understanding SharePoint

Working with SharePoint

SharePoint Structure

The Ribbon

Find Information or People

Managing My Site

Understanding My Site

My Profile

My Colleagues

Newsfeed Settings

Tags and Notes

Document Libraries

Lists vs. Libraries

Manage New Documents

View and Edit Documents

Wiki Libraries

Lists

Managing Lists

Calendar Event Lists

Managing Items

Item Properties

Sorting and Filtering Items

Working with Views

Connecting to Microsoft Outlook

Auditing Items

Content Management

Using Alerts

RSS Feeds

Check Out / Check In

Document Versioning

FAQs
  • What are the timings of the course?

    The course begins at 9am and finishes around 5pm.

  • What time shall I arrive at the venue?

    Please arrive at your training venue for 08:45am

  • What is the experience of the instructor(s) delivering my course?

    All of our instructors are fully accredited and have years of experience with using Sharepoint.

  • What do I receive on the course?

    You will receive your Knowledge Academy courseware folder, certificate, experienced instructor and refreshments

  • Does the course include certificates?

    Yes, we provide an official Knowledge Academy certificate upon completion of the course

  • What are the pre-requisites?

    You must have the following: A basic understanding of Windows, Experience using Internet Explorer 7/8 or equivalent browser and A basic knowledge of Office 2010 applications (Word, Excel, Outlook)

What's Included?
  • The Knowledge Academy Courseware Book
  • Certificate
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Refreshments
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