In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of how to use some of the most common features of SharePoint 2013—in about an hour!
Explains some of the key benefits of SharePoint and emphasis that SharePoint is a platform.
Explores the Home Screen of SharePoint 2013 right out of the box.
Show the Ribbon and discusses how it is context aware. It changes depending on where you are and what you are doing in SharePoint.
Shows some of the options you an access via the Site Settings menu option.
Covers how to create a site / sub-site and some of the options that are configurable at the time you create the site / sub-site.
Show you how to create Site Collections for those curious to learn what Site Collections are.
Covers how to easily modify SharePoint's navigation areas to add your own links.
Goes over how to use the most common feature of SharePoint: a Document Library.
Shows you how to upload a single or multiple documents in SharePoint.
Shows you how to create a Document Library and goes over some of the advance options when doing so.
We cover how to secure document libraries and how inheritance and breaking inheritance might affect future maintenance of your document library.
We cover how to use the recycling bin to recover deleted documents and to permanently delete documents.
We go over minor and major versions when publishing documents and how to revert back to a previous state of the document--the history.
We go over the various types of lists in SharePoint.
We cover creating a simple list with one custom field.
We continue creating a custom list with a few additional fields and field types.
We touch on how you go about security a list.
We cover how to export a list including its contents.
We cover how to export your data to Microsoft Excel.
We cover how to edit list items in bulk in Microsoft Access.
We cover using the Quick Edit view and briefly showing how InfoPath can be used to customize a SharePoint form.
We cover how to customize a SharePoint Lists' default view so you can apply sorting and grouping.
We cover how to create a simple page in SharePoint.
We cover how to edit a page in SharePoint.
We cover how to insert a picture in your existing SharePoint page.
We cover how page layouts can be use to shift the content of an existing SharePoint page.
We cover who to add web parts on a page and how to customize some basic properties.
We cover how to move a web part using IE or a different browser and how to delete web parts.
True or False, Web Parts are core components of SharePoint that allows the user to taylor the screen to what they need it to be.
We cover the concepts of Site Collection, Sites, Lists and List Items conceptually and visually.
We cover how to create sites and the various site templates available in SharePoint out of the box.
We cover how to quickly customize the look and feel of a SharePoint site using the out of the box way in just a few mouse clicks.
We cover how to secure a SharePoint site, how to break inheritance, and when not to break inheritance.
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