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Essential SharePoint Power User on MOSS 2007 and WSS 3.0

Price: $1,170.00

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This course addresses advanced end-user skills and tasks for users and site owners working in either WSS 3.0 or MOSS 2007 SharePoint environments. Students will learn how to create and customize lists, create new sites, and customize web part pages. Students will learn how to create, publish, and use an InfoPath form. Additionally this course covers SharePoint Designer, which gives the user an additional way to perform their Power User tasks.


1702 | SharePoint® 2007 Administrative Essentials for End-Users Or a basic working knowledge of SharePoint sites and list navigation.

Course Outline

  • Module 1: What Are Power User Tasks?

    • This module addresses the types of tasks normally performed by a Power
    • User or a Site Owner
  • Module 2: Working With Lists

    • In this module, students learn how to customize existing lists and to create new lists. Students will perform tasks such as adding new columns, become aware of content types, and validate user input. Students will also learn how to import data into lists from a data source such as an Excel sheet.
  • Module 3: Using InfoPath Forms

    • In this module, students learn how to create an InfoPath form, learn how to publish the form to SharePoint, and finally how to use the form they have created and published.
  • Module 4: Using SharePoint Designer

    • In this module, students learn how to use SharePoint Designer. This tool allows users an alternate and easier way to create or modify web pages than using In-Browser customization.
  • Module 5: Working with Web Pages

    • Students will learn how they can modify existing web pages using both the SharePoint In-Browser customization as well as those provided by SharePoint Designer.
  • Module 6: Working with Web Part Pages

    • Students are introduced to the concept of “web parts” and how they can be used to customize Web pages. Students will learn to add, remove, relocate, and customize the appearance of web parts.
  • Module 7: Working with Sites and Workspaces

    • In this module, students first learn how to create new sites and workspaces. Next, students are introduced to how to customize the appearance of sites by using themes and how to add new features and capabilities to existing sites.
  • Module 8: Working with Users, Groups, and Security

    • In this module, the student is introduced to site owner functions such as; adding users, working with Users and Groups, and controlling permissions assigned to Users, Groups, Libraries, Documents, and List items. Students will learn to apply standard security settings and also how to create their own customized settings.
  • Module 9: Using SharePoint Reports

    • In this module, the student is introduced to the built-in reports that are included with SharePoint, such as Site Usage, and Site Collection Usage reports. From these reports, students will be able to identify sites that are not being used and should be considered for removal.
  • Module 10: Advanced InfoPath

    • In this module, students will learn how to perform conditional validation on InfoPath form fields. Students will also learn how to create rules used when submitting InfoPath forms. Students will learn how to use data connections to apply SharePoint data to InfoPath forms.
  • Module 11: Advanced SharePoint Designer

    • Students will learn how to make modifications to Master Pages and CSS style sheets to customize the look and feel of a SharePoint site.