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So you've just been assigned the task of administering and maintaining your team's SharePoint site. What now? Join Mark Abdelnour, as he shows you exactly what you need to know to be your organization's SharePoint champion. Learn how to create libraries, override checkouts, and set alerts. Then discover how to use Explorer to upload, download, print, and email multiple documents at once. Mark also shows how to work with metadata and columns and manage end-user permissions. Plus, learn how to edit existing webpages and add and modify web parts—without the need for HTML. Finally, to help with end-user adoption, Mark shows you how to create some of the most popular views.
Hello, I am Mark Abdelnour and welcome SharePoint 2010 for site champions and power users. As you can probably guess from the title of this course, the course is focused on those individuals in an organization, that have been designated a SharePoint site champions or power users for their respective teams or departments. In this title I'll begin by looking at many of the features that site champions are typically called upon to fulfill. For example, creating document libraries, over riding checkouts, version history and exporting libraries to Excel.
We'll then tap into working with multiple files at once to perform common operations like printing and uploading. Metadata and columns comes next and is an important part of being a site champion. We then cover off permissions management and access control. We'll then learn how to modify existing web pages without the need for HTML. Last but not least, creating popular views based on my experience over the years. If you're ready, I'm ready. Let's get started on learning SharePoint 2010 for Site Champions and Power Users.
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