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Certificate in SharePoint Designer 2010 Essentials Online Short Course

$199.00
AT A GLANCE
Provider Courses for Success
Course Outcome Certificate of Completion
Study Mode Online
Duration 6-8 hours
Start Date Anytime – start today!
Cost $199.00
  • What you'll learn

     

    Website design can be a fulfilling, not frustrating, process when you have the right skills. The SharePoint Designer 2010 Essentials online short course gives you the tools needed to get your website creations online.

    From beginning to end, the SharePoint Designer course teaches you how to develop libraries, lists and permission pages, while maintaining a consistent look across multiple pages.

    You’ll create sites from blank pages, or from pre-existing templates to reduce your work time. In just a few short hours, your site will be up and running.

    After purchasing this course, you will be provided with unlimited, lifetime access to its materials.

  • Ideal for

     

    If you create websites for personal or business reasons, the SharePoint Designer 2010 Essentials course will ease your workload. Use the skills to promote a small business, personal art or keep in touch with out-of-town family. It is easy to learn and can be accessed from any computer or smartphone, 24 hours a day.

    There are no formal entry requirements for this short course, however you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to access course materials.

  • Career Outcomes

     

    By the end of this short course, you will possess the confidence to design, build and customise websites running on SharePoint Foundation 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

    Upon completion of this short course, you will be awarded with a Courses For Success certificate of completion.

  • Course Content

     

    Module 1: getting started

    By the end of this course, you will be able to:

    • Open and close SharePoint Designer 2010
    • Understand the interface
    • Use the Backstage View
    • Open a site using the open command or the recent list
    • Create a new blank web site
    • Create a site from a template
    • Save sites
    • Close a site
    • Understand the tabs that appear based on your task
    • Understand the summary pages that appear based on your task
    • Add users or groups to your site and change site permissions
    • Edit or delete a site
    • Work with lists and libraries
    • Create a new list or library
    • Work with columns in lists and libraries
    • Work with site pages
    • Work with version history
    • Use content types
    • Use master pages and content placeholders
    • Work with content types
    • Create a data view
    • Add or remove columns from a data view
    • Create a data form
    • Edit a list form
    • Customise data views and forms
    • Understand workflows
    • Copy and modify a workflow
    • Work with data sources
    • Add a linked data source
    • Copy and modify a data source
    • Understand templates
    • Save a site as a template
    • Activate a site template in the Solution Gallery

    Module 2: opening and closing SharePoint Designer

    • Lesson one: about SharePoint Designer 2010
    • Lesson two: opening SharePoint Designer
    • Lesson three: understanding the interface
    • Lesson four: using Backstage View
    • Lesson five: closing SharePoint Designer

    Module 3: creating and opening sites

    • Lesson one: opening a site
    • Lesson two: creating a new blank web site
    • Lesson three: creating a site from a template
    • Lesson four: saving sites
    • Lesson five: closing a site

    Module 4: working with sites

    • Lesson one: understanding the site tab
    • Lesson two: understanding the site summary page
    • Lesson three: adding users or groups to your site
    • Lesson four: changing site permissions
    • Lesson five: editing or deleting a site

    Module 5: Working with lists and libraries

    • Lesson one: about lists and libraries
    • Lesson two: working with lists and libraries
    • Lesson three: creating a new list or library
    • Lesson four: working with columns in lists and libraries

    Module 6: working with site pages and master pages

    • Lesson one: working with site pages
    • Lesson two: working with version history
    • Lesson three: editing a page
    • Lesson four: about master pages
    • Lesson five: working with master pages
    • Lesson six: working with content placeholders

    Module 7: working with content types

    • Lesson one: understanding content types
    • Lesson two: working with content types
    • Lesson three: creating a content type
    • Lesson four: editing a content type
    • Lesson five: deleting a content type
    • Lesson six: adding columns to a content type

    Module 8: working with data views and forms

    • Lesson one: about data views and list views
    • Lesson two: about data view/form web parts
    • Lesson three: creating a view
    • Lesson four: creating a data form
    • Lesson five: editing a list form
    • Lesson six: customising data views and forms

    Module 9: working with workflows

    • Lesson one: about workflows
    • Lesson two: understanding the workflow tab and summary page
    • Lesson three: about workflow customisation
    • Lesson four: copying and modifying a workflow

    Module 10: connecting to data

    • Lesson one: working with data sources
    • Lesson two: adding a linked data source
    • Lesson three: copying and modifying a data source

    Module 11: working with templates

    • Lesson one: about templates
    • Lesson two: saving a site template in the Solution Gallery
    • Lesson three: activating a site template in the Solution Gallery

    Module 12: wrapping up
    Words from the wise

    • SharePoint Designer is a powerful tool, but beware that even though you don’t need to know coding, you can break aspects of the site if you aren’t careful.
    • Get to know the different types of summary pages so that you can learn how to change all of the settings for different types of items.
    • SharePoint Designer can control permissions, lists and libraries, pages, and content types.
    • Use the Master Pages functionality to create a consistent look and feel across all of your sites and sub-sites.
    • Create custom views to quickly obtain the information you need.
    • Workflows can automate many different types of business processes.
  • Payment Information

     

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  • Why Courses for Success?

     
    Courses for Success

    Boasting one of the most extensive and diverse course lists on offer, Courses for Success have hundreds of online courses. With everything from accounting to art, wedding planning to web design, they are a great option for anyone with specific professional development needs or with a particular hobby to pursue – there really is a course to suit everyone.

    Courses for Success has developed its own online courses and utilises the latest technology to deliver them at affordable prices across ten countries. They have also partnered with some of Australia’s leading training providers to offer a range of accredited courses, with accessibility their main aim.

    As a student of Courses for Success, you’ll benefit from 24/7 access to your online course materials, enabling you to study whenever and wherever you want.

    You will also receive ongoing support from a tutor who is available to answer your questions and help keep you motivated as you may your way through the course material.

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