Microsoft SharePoint 2010 offers a complete platform for collaboration, data management, and online information publishing. SharePoint sites provide the basis for these tasks, and are broken down further into objects like lists and libraries. Creating, managing, and customizing these sites, lists, and libraries are common tasks and responsibilities for SharePoint power users. This course examines the various types of SharePoint sites, as well as creating sites and subsites, changing site details, and using the recycle bin. In addition, this course explores the various types of SharePoint lists, and covers creating custom lists, customizing existing lists, and managing list properties. SharePoint library types, creating document libraries, and managing and customizing library settings are also covered.
- create a SharePoint subsite
- configure the look and feel of a SharePoint subsite
- use the SharePoint recycle bin
- create a custom SharePoint list
- add a column to a SharePoint list
- create a document library in SharePoint 2010
- configure versioning settings for a SharePoint library
- customize sites, lists, and libraries in SharePoint 2010
To enhance your SharePoint implementation beyond the default home page, you can use the available publishing pages and web part pages. SharePoint 2010 also offers a new page type, referred to simply as a page. Organizations store and organize documents on SharePoint in a number of ways, and the management of this document storage is a common power user task. Workflows enable you to streamline the execution of existing business processes using SharePoint, and Web Parts provide additional functionality in how to display SharePoint information. This course examines the creation and customization of publishing pages, web part pages, and pages. In addition, this course explores the challenges of document management, and the role that SharePoint plays in this process. It also covers managing documents using document IDs, ratings, notes, tagging, document sets, and document retention, and provides document management tips. Managing and customizing workflows and accessing site usage reports are also covered.
- add a web part to a page
- modify the properties of a Publishing page
- create a Content Organizer rule
- enable document sets for a document library
- create a Three-state workflow for a SharePoint list
- access site usage reports in SharePoint 2010
- customize SharePoint 2010 pages and components
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 provides several security options for ensuring that only users or groups who should be able to access specific contents can do so. Security can be configured at the item level, and can be managed for individual users or groups. This course examines SharePoint securing, and describes managing SharePoint groups, changing the inheritance for a site, managing permission levels, and configuring item-level security. It also discusses the concept of sandbox solutions.
SharePoint Business Intelligence solutions allow you to collect, store, and analyze business data to help in making business decisions and streamlining business processes. SharePoint dashboard and reporting features give users on-demand access to important business data. This course also covers the use of SharePoint dashboard and reporting features. Additional business intelligence features, such as Excel Services, Access Services, Visio Services, PerformancePoint Services, and the PowerPivot for Excel add-in are also discussed.
- add members to a SharePoint group
- create a SharePoint group
- set item-level permissions
- recognize how SharePoint add-ins can be used for business intelligence
- identify the benefits of using SharePoint dashboards
- identify the ways you can manage SharePoint site collection storage limits
- create an alert for other users
- configure SharePoint 2010 security and alerts
SharePoint Server 2010 offers a number of new features and enhancements that help to ease the day-to-day tasks of power users. There are a number of changes to the SharePoint 2010 interface, as well as changes and enhancements in the method and location of accessing specific options. This course explores the enhanced SharePoint 2010 UI, the Getting Started area of home pages, and the changed Site Actions menu. It also discusses the new site creation templates, changes to workflows, enhancements to record and content management, web content management, and the new document sets. Managing site settings is also covered.
- use the Getting Started section to add a new link to the Quick Launch bar
- create a document library
- change metadata navigation settings for a SharePoint library
- recognize the new and enhanced site management features in SharePoint 2010
- configure a library to use document sets
- recognize the enhanced features of Site Settings in SharePoint 2010
- manage search and offline visibility for a site
- set a site theme
- use new or improved SharePoint 2010 features to manage a site