SharePoint 2013

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Total Length: 6 hrs 28 mins

With Total Training for Microsoft SharePoint 2013, you’ll learn essential skills to both maneuver and manufacture a SharePoint collaborative solution for your work team. You’ll easily learn to master the fundamental tools and features of Microsoft’s latest SharePoint release to enable your team to collaborate more efficiently.

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You’ll learn the core ingredients of SharePoint 2013 and how to turn your collection of lists and libraries into an attractive and fine-tuned engine that will drive a team’s innovative and collaborative skills to higher levels of achievement. When you complete this course, you’ll be miles ahead of those who think they understand SharePoint and your team will realize the power of collaboration using this amazing platform.

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Course Outline

Chapter 1 INTRODUCING SHAREPOINT 0:34:54
Introduction
Lesson 1 Understanding SharePoint
Lesson 2 Understanding SharePoint Roles & Permissions
Lesson 3 Understanding SharePoint Versions
Lesson 4 Logging onto SharePoint

Chapter 2 SHAREPOINT TEAM SITES 0:32:02
Introduction
Lesson 1 Understanding Team Sites
Lesson 2 Navigating a Team Site
Lesson 3 Searching in SharePoint
Lesson 4 Desktop View vs. App View

Chapter 3 SHAREPOINT LIST APPS 1:30:51
Introduction
Lesson 1 Using a List
Lesson 2 Creating a New List App
Lesson 3 Adding a Custom List App
Lesson 4 Importing a List from Excel(R)
Lesson 5 Creating a List View
Lesson 6 Using a Site Calendar
Lesson 7 Customizing Calendar Settings
Lesson 8 Creating & Managing List Alerts

Chapter 4 SHAREPOINT LIBRARIES APPS 0:56:06
Introduction
Lesson 1 Using a Library
Lesson 2 Opening & Saving Library Documents
Lesson 3 Creating a Library
Lesson 4 Creating a Library View
Lesson 5 Creating a Dynamic View
Lesson 6 Changing File Settings
Lesson 7 Setting Library Alerts

Chapter 5 EDITING & SAVING SHARED DOCUMENTS 0:59:29
Chapter 5_Introduction
Lesson 1 Using Check In & Check Out
Lesson 2 Uploading & Creating Documents in a Library
Lesson 3 Modifying Library Settings
Lesson 4 Enabling Versioning
Lesson 5 Using the Send To Function
Lesson 6 Syncing Documents Using OneDrive(TM) for Business

Chapter 6 SOCIAL NETWORKING IN SHAREPOINT 0:32:04
Introduction
Lesson 1 Newsfeed, Mentions, Follows, Tags & Notes
Lesson 2 Editing Your Profile & Blog
Lesson 3 Following Up with Others & Building a Task List

Chapter 7 SHAREPOINT SITES & SITE COLLECTIONS 0:41:02
Introduction
Lesson 1 Building a Site Collection
Lesson 2 Customizing Navigation Through Your Site Collection
Lesson 3 Understanding Site Collection Permissions
Lesson 4 Customizing SharePoint Permissions

Chapter 8 FINISHING TOUCHES TO ENHANCE A SITE 0:42:20
Introduction
Lesson 1 Understanding Themes & Branding
Lesson 2 Developing Wiki Pages & Web Part Pages
Lesson 3 Editing Your Home Page with Web Parts & Apps
Lesson 4 Credits

Philip WiestPhilip Wiest is a nationally known professional business skills and technical trainer who has presented more the 1200 Crystal Reports, Cisco, Microsoft and QuickBooks seminars, webinars, and keynote speeches to more than 37,000 students throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia since 1989 for SkillPath Seminars, CompuMaster Seminars, SoundTraining.Net, Prime Learning International, GoGogh.Com, and Dun & Bradstreet.

He is the co-author of the best-selling book from Exam Cram, “Supporting Users and Troubleshooting a Windows Desktop Operating System” He is also the author of more than two dozen training videos covering SharePoint Server, Crystal Reports, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project, QuickBooks, and MindMapper

He has earned many prominent certifications including the PMP, MCSE, CCNP, CCDA, Network+, Server+, Security+, and the new MCDST designation.

He is a member of the National Speakers Association, Toastmasters International, the American Society for Training and Development, and the Project Management Institute.

Currently he is teaching topics as diverse as Time Management, Project Management, Crystal Reports, Advanced Microsoft Office Techniques, Mastering Microsoft Project, Network Security Using PIX/ASA Security Devices, Exchange Server Administration, and Cisco Router Configuration and Troubleshooting.

Throughout his 20-year teaching career, he has presented seminars at Microsoft, Google, Adobe, The Walt Disney Company, The FBI, American Express, the National Association of Recording Merchandisers, Bank of America, KPMG, Sony EMI Records Group N.A., the National Association of Realtors, Warner Bros, and ARCO.

Since graduation from the University of Pennsylvania, where he attended the Wharton School of Business, he has published more than 200 newspaper and magazine articles, received dozens of national training awards, and completed 16 marathons.