Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 Training Course Outline

This 1-day course teaches the core features and functions of SharePoint Designer 2010.

Course contents

Getting Started
SharePoint Training CoursesTo begin, participants will learn the basics of SharePoint Designer: how to open and close it, how to use the new ribbon-based interface, how to manage site objects (including pages), and how to get help.
Using and Customising the SharePoint Designer Interface
This topic will cover SharePoint Designer’s new interface. Participants will learn how to use the basic elements of the interface, customise the Quick Access toolbar, and customise the ribbon itself.

Creating a Basic HTML Page
Delegates will learn the basics of HTML, including how to create a basic HTML page with and without SharePoint Designer. You will also learn the differences between Design and Code view, as well as how to use basic editing and formatting tools.
Creating a Basic Site
We look at how to organise, create, manage, and modify pages. SharePoint Designer’s version tools will also be discussed.
Doing More with Pages
Participants will learn about adding tables and images to their websites. Bookmarks, hyperlinks, ScreenTips, and symbols will also be covered.
Customising Your Site
This part of the course covers organising, managing, and modifying a SharePoint site. Participants will also learn how to create lists, libraries, workflows, and columns.

It is possible to include some of the Day 1 Advanced course topics in this course where appropriate. This would depend upon a number of factors including trainee skills levels and learning objectives. Please get in touch if you wish to discuss a Bespoke SharePoint Designer course.
Using SharePoint Designer, you can rapidly create SharePoint solutions in response to business needs. Compose no-code solutions that encompass a variety of common scenarios, from collaborative sites and web publishing to Line-Of-Business data integration, business intelligence solutions, and human workflows, all leveraging the building blocks available in SharePoint in an easy to use environment. Developers can use SharePoint Designer 2010 to get a quick start on SharePoint development projects.