Microsoft SharePoint Foundations Level 2
After completing Sharepoint Foundations Level 1, students will be prepared to take Level 2. This course is designed to teach students how to customize a Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010 Web site beyond the Team Web site template. Students will learn to add components to a site, to apply site themes, and to change site components and navigation options. They will then learn to edit pages in SharePoint Foundation and SharePoint Designer, manage content controls, and modify RSS feed settings. Finally, students will learn to use workflows and site galleries. This course assumes that you’ve completed the prerequisite course Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010: Level 1 or have equivalent experience.
About this Course
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Add library, list, and page components to a Team Website
- Change the look and feel of a Team site
- Customize a Team site
- Control the display and dissemination of a site content
- Create workflows on a Team site
- Add custom site columns and content types to site galleries
- SharePoint libraries
- SharePoint lists
- SharePoint pages
Changing the look and feel
- Site themes
Customizing a site
- Changing site components
- Managing item controls
- Editing pages
Controlling information display
- Public views
- RSS feed settings
Adding to site galleries
- Site galleries
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