Special Note to New Hampshire Residents
SharePoint Online Introduction for End Users Course Outline
This course has not yet been approved by the New Hampshire Department of Education. Please contact us for an update on when the class will be available in New Hampshire.
*** WARNING: High Volume Class, Sign Up Early ***
This is one of our most popular classes. A green flag beside a date on the right means that a session has met the minimum enrollment levels and is running. However, it is common for dates for this course to fill several weeks in advance. Even if a date has a green flag, you might not be able to get into that session if it is full. To avoid disappointment, it is best to register for this class at least three weeks in advance.
This Introduction to SharePoint Online class is for end users working in a SharePoint environment. It is an abbreviated version of our complete SharePoint End User class and is intended for people new to using SharePoint who will not be responsible for managing a SharePoint site.
Learn to navigate a SharePoint Team Site.
Learn to create SharePoint lists.
Learn to customize SharePoint lists.
Learn to create SharePoint libraries.
Learn to manage library document versions.
Learn to create SharePoint list and library views.
Learn to integrate Office Outlook and Excel applications with SharePoint.
SharePoint Online Setup
SharePoint Online Introduction
Site Layout and Navigation
Team Site Navigation
SharePoint List Basics
Creating Apps Using List Templates
Creating Lists Using List Templates
Creating List Columns
Validating a List Column
Working with Team Site Lists
Create Custom Lists and Columns
Creating a Document Library and Adding Columns
Managing Documents and Versioning
Checking Out Documents
Deleting and Restoring Documents
Working with Team Site Libraries
Working with Lists and Library Views
Explore Default Views
How to Create a Custom View
Working with Views
Creating Public and Personal Views
Working with Sites
Creating a Team Site
Managing Site Navigation
Creating Team Sites
Creating a Blog Site
View outline in Word