Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007:
Power End User
This 3-day class combines the SharePoint 2007: Site Member and SharePoint 2007: Site Owner courses, to provide comprehensive training that will present students with a ground-up understanding for how to use, operate and build sites in a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 environment. Students first learn about site navigation, data storage and retrieval through instructor-led modules covering navigation, search and effective use of lists and libraries. Building on this information, students then take a deeper dive into site administration, learning how to create and manage sites, lists, libraries, views and workflows. Security and rights administration are also covered. Functional concepts and best practices are interwoven into the material, providing a framework for the topics discussed.
This course is designed to impart to students a practical understanding of how to create and maintain Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 sites. Discussions of core best practices provide students with context for employment of the functionality taught. Students attending this class will learn how to build and manage site components, structured around efficient maintenance and consumption.
This course is intended for Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 users who need to create, manage, and publish their work, and communicate in a collaborative environment from the site owner's perspective. The content is aimed at users who manage sites in a MOSS 2007 environment.
Individuals in the job categories listed below will benefit from the knowledge gained in this course:
* MOSS 2007 users who are responsible for managing one or more sites or components within a site, such as a list or library.
* Help Desk personnel who provide support to MOSS 2007 users or site owners.
To ensure success in this course, familiarity with Internet Explorer, the Office 2007 interface and navigational tools is highly recommended.
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