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SharePoint 2010 End User - Level I

  • Tuition USD $2,295 Save $230
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  • Course Code 50468
  • Duration 3 days
  • Available Formats Classroom

This 3-day Instructor Led course Explores all the basic end user features of SharePoint 2010 including all basic lists and sites.

Skills Gained

After completing this course, students will be able to: Understand and work with SharePoint Lists, List Management tasks, Permissions and basic SharePoint Foundation sites.

Who Can Benefit

Business users and anyone that works with SharePoint sites on a regular basis.


Before attending this course, students must have:

  • Basic understanding of web sites and SharePoint sites.

Course Details


Module 1: Overview
A simple introduction module.
After completing this module, students will be able to: Understand your course, classroom, classmates, facility and instructor.Module 2: SharePoint Introduction
In this module, we are going to answer the all important questions of "What" and "Why" should we be using SharePoint.
We are also going to look at the new and exciting features of SharePoint 2010!Lessons

  • Whats New in SharePoint 2010
  • End User Adoption
  • What is SharePoint?
  • Why SharePoint?

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • 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
Module 3: Collaboration Experience
In this module we take a look at the site creation process, common features of the basic team site, advanced features of a Team Site and the new features of SharePoint 2010.
Throughout this course we will create and manage several different pieces of content and the team site will be our site of choice for doing this! Understanding this site is the center piece of starting your journey of understanding SharePoint and applying it to your everyday life!
We will also take a look at the new features introduced in SharePoint 2010 from a collaboration and UI perspective.Lessons
  • New SharePoint Features
  • Site Structure
  • Basic SharePoint Features
Lab : User interface
  • Understand UI Improvements
  • Use the Create Page
  • Explore the Ribbon

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Describe the new UI features of SharePoint 2010
  • Create Wiki Pages using new Wiki Features
  • Understand how the Ribbon works
Module 4: Lists
In this module, we are going to take a look at lists from a end user standpoint, but also very quickly from a database standpoint as well. We will talk about all the basic SharePoint Lists and the new lists in SharePoint 2010 and what things have changed when working with any type of list.Lessons
  • Lists
  • List Views
  • SharePoint 2010 Features
Lab : Document Library
  • Create a Document Library
  • Create Documents and Folders
  • Explore JavaScript Dropdowns
  • Uploading Documents
  • Explorer View/My Network Places
Lab : Forms Library
  • Create a Form library
  • Create an InfoPath Form
  • Publish a Form
Lab : Wiki Pages
  • Create Wiki Page Library
  • Add Wiki Pages
  • Editing Wiki Pages
  • History
Lab : Picture Library
  • Create a Picture Library
  • Upload Pictures
  • Picture Views (Thumbnail, Slideshow, Details)
  • Referencing Pictures
Lab : Report Library
  • Create A Report Library
  • Create A Report
  • Upload A Report
  • Run A Report
  • Report History
Lab : Data Connection Library
  • Create A Data Connection Library
  • Create/Upload an Office Data Connection (ODC)
  • Create/Upload an Universal Data Connection (UDC)
Lab : Asset Library
  • Create an Asset Library
Lab : Slide Library
  • Create a Slide Library
  • Uploading Slides
  • Publish Slides
Lab : Surveys
  • Create a Survey
  • Create Questions
  • Change question ordering
  • Branching Logic
  • Fill out the survey
  • Anonymous Surveys?
Lab : Custom Lists
  • Create A Custom List
  • Add One Of Each Column Type
Lab : General Lists
  • Create An Announcement List
  • Create A Contact List
  • Create A Discussion Board
  • Create A Links List
  • Create A Calendar
  • Create A Project Tasks
  • Create A KPI
  • Create An Issue Tracking List
Lab : Views
  • Creating Views (Standard, DataSheet, Access)
  • Adding/Ordering Columns
  • Sorting Data
  • Filtering Data
  • Grouping Data
  • Totaling Data
  • Setting Style
  • Item Limits
  • Mobile
  • Enabling View

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Create and use SharePoint Lists (Calendar, Tasks, Issues, etc)
  • Create and use SharePoint Libraries (Document, Forms, Picture, etc)
  • Add, update and delete list and library items
  • Create Views and Survey's
  • Describe and use the new Asset Library
  • Understand when to use a List and when to use a Database
  • How to use and create Document Sets
  • Learn to create External Lists
Module 5: List Management
We explored the types of lists that come out of the box in the last module. In this module, we will explore how to manage those lists!Lessons
  • Advanced List Management
  • Basic List Management
Lab : List Management
  • RSS Feeds
  • Check out/Check In
  • Document/Item Properties
  • Site Columns
  • Content Types
  • Document Information Panel
  • Versioning/Version History
  • Content Approval
Lab : New Features
  • 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 : Email Enabled Lists
  • Email Enable A List
  • Send an email to A List
Lab : Alerts
  • Create a List Alert
  • Create an Item Alert
  • Use Alerts
  • Manage Alerts

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Customize SharePoint List Settings (RSS, Alerts, etc)
  • Multi-Document Actions
  • UseColumn\List Level Validation
  • UseContent Ratings
  • UseAudience Targeting
  • UseMetadata Navigation
  • UseManage Item Scheduling
  • UseDocument ID Service
  • Usefile plan reports
  • UseRecord declaration settings
Module 6: Permissions
In this module we take a look at SharePoint permissions. We will learn about SharePoint groups, permission levels, permissions and explore the new Permission Finders.Lessons
  • SharePoint Permissions
Lab : SharePoint Permissions
  • Review Default Groups
  • Add Users to a Site
  • Requests for Access
  • Understand Security Trimmed Interface
  • Create New Groups
  • Create Custom Permission Level
  • Explore Site/List/Item Permission Inheritance
  • Permission Checker

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Describe where usernames and domain groups come from
  • What a permission level is
  • How to assign permissions to a user or group
  • What is means to say permissions are cumulative
  • Understand that SharePoint has no deny
  • How to use the Permission Checker
Module 7: Foundation Site Definitions
In this module we are going to review the SharePoint Foundation site definitions.Lessons
  • SharePoint Foundation Sites
  • Creating Sites
  • Growth Scenarios
Lab : SharePoint Foundation SitesCreating SitesGrowth Scenarios
  • Create Sub Sites (Team Site)
  • Create/Use a Blog Site
  • Create/Use a Wiki Site
  • Create A Document Workspace
  • Create A Meeting Workspace
  • Create A GroupBoard Workspace
  • Create A Visio Process Repository
  • Delete A Site

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Create basic Foundation Sites including Team, Blog and Workspace sites
  • Understand how to create and use a Group Work site
  • Understand how to create and use a Visio Process Repository site
Module 8: Office Integration
In this module we are going to take a look at how SharePoint and Office interact.Lessons
  • Office Integration
  • SharePoint Workspace 2010
  • Web Applications
Lab : Office Integration
  • Offline Document Libraries
  • Manipulating Calendars (two-way update, roll-up view)
  • Manipulating Tasks
  • Manipulating Contacts
  • Excel Data Reporting
  • Access Data Reporting
  • One Note
  • SharePoint Workspace
Lab : Office Web Applications
  • Explore Office Web Applications
Lab : Access Services
  • Explore Access Services
Lab : Visio Services
  • Explore Visio Services
Lab : BCS
  • Explore External Content Types
  • Create a new External Content Type
  • Create an External List

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Describe how SharePoint integrates with Office (from SharePoint and to SharePoint)
  • Work with offline SharePoint Content
  • How to describe and use Office Web Applications
  • How to describe and use Access Services
  • How to describe and use Visio Services

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When does class start/end?

Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.


Lunch is normally an hour long and begins at noon. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice are available all day in the kitchen. Fruit, muffins and bagels are served each morning. There are numerous restaurants near each of our centers, and some popular ones are indicated on the Area Map in the Student Welcome Handbooks - these can be picked up in the lobby or requested from one of our ExitCertified staff.

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What languages are used to deliver training?

Most courses are conducted in English, unless otherwise specified. Some courses will have the word "FRENCH" marked in red beside the scheduled date(s) indicating the language of instruction.

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