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$215.35
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$295.00
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This course offers:
    3.00 PMP/PgMP Technical PDUs

3
PMI PDUs
Certification
Overview

This class goes into detail on how to use the most common Libraries as well as how to build Libraries that are specific to how the business operates. Students will learn how to navigate a SharePoint site, how to work with documents in Libraries and how to use Libraries to store and collaborate on documents.

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Students will also learn: 

The value of Libraries to address content lifecycle management
The out-of-the-box SharePoint libraries and their purpose
Using metadata/columns as a system of classification and categorization
An introduction to Enterprise Content Management and why this is important in document management
How to create and integrate content into document libraries and best practices for lifecycle management
How to use simple and complex version control to manage content lifecycle
How to implement content approval around documents
How to architect libraries so that you are successful with implementing business processes
How to use Tagging, Notes, and Follow to help make content more discoverable
Integration of SharePoint and Office to address Putability and Findability
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Course Outline
  • What are Libraries?
  • Using Libraries to manage document lifecycle in the Enterprise
  • Library Architecture
    • Content Types - Documents
    • Metadata
      • Importance of Metadata
      • Folders vs Metadata
      • Columns/Field Types
    • Views
  • Available Library Apps
  • Creating Apps using Library templates
    • Creating a Document Library
    • Creating a Picture Library
  • Exploring the Library toolbars
  • Working with documents
    • Adding content to a document library with no required metadata
      • New Document
      • Saving documents from Office
      • Upload Document
      • Windows Explorer
      • Drag-and-Drop
    • Adding content to a document library with required metadata
      • New Document
      • Saving documents from Office
      • Upload Document
      • Windows Explorer
      • Drag-and-Drop
  • Document Control using Check In/Check Out
  • Using basic reporting functions: sort and filter
  • Using Version Control
    • Major Versions
    • Major and Minor Versions
    • Content Approval
  • Advanced Library Topics
    • Validating a List Column
    • Advanced Settings
    • Deleting a Library
    • Saving as a Template
  • Working with Views
    • Exploring existing Views
    • Creating a new View
  • Demonstration: Working with Libraries in a demo SharePoint Training Site
    • Create Libraries in the SHarePoint Training Site
      • Create a Document Library
      • Upload documents and create new documents
      • Enable Version Control
      • Work with documents wiht Version Control
      • Create a Picture Library
      • Upload pictures and work with formats
Who should attend

The target audience for this class are users tasked with driving SharePoint from the day-to-day creation and management of information to driving user adoption and engagement. The audience for this class would be the following SharePoint roles: End User, Site Owner, Content Editor, Information Manager, Site Admin, Site Collection Administrator, Project Manager, Team Supervisor, etc.