How To Take This Class

Course Overview

In this SharePoint Designer 2010 Training course students will learn how to create subsites, add content to web pages, use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to format SharePoint sites, how to link web pages, how to add SharePoint components to a site and how to automate business processes with workflows.

Course Prerequisites

To benefit from this course, students should have basic end-user skills with SharePoint and be familiar with the general structure and hierarchy of SharePoint sites. Students can obtain this knowledge in our SharePoint Foundation 2010 Level 1 Training course.

Course Audience

This course is intended for web designers and developers, application developers, SharePoint site owners, and other knowledge workers with SharePoint end-user experience, who want to use SharePoint Designer to create and customize SharePoint sites, enhance the look and feel of a SharePoint site, and create dynamic pages using Web Parts and workflows.

What You'll Learn

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • Identify the basic features of the SharePoint Designer environment
  • Create a new subsite
  • Add content to a web page
  • Use Cascading Style Sheets to format a SharePoint site
  • Link web pages
  • Add SharePoint components to the site
  • Automate business processes with workflows

Course Duration

1 Day

Course Outline

  1. Getting Started with the SharePoint Designer Environment
    • Identify SharePoint Designer Interface Components
    • Get Help in SharePoint Designer
    • Customize the SharePoint Designer Interface
  2. Creating a Subsite
    • Create a Blank Subsite
    • Create a Page Layout
    • Add Content to a Master Page
  3. Adding Content to the Site
    • Add and Format Text
    • Work with Tables
    • Work with Images
  4. Formatting a Site with Cascading Style Sheets
    • Create an External Style Sheet
    • Create Internal Styles
    • Modify External Style Sheets
  5. Linking Web Pages
    • Add Hyperlinks
    • Create a Hotspot
    • Create Bookmark Links
    • Open a Linked Page in a New Browser Window
  6. Adding SharePoint Components to the Site
    • Add Lists and Libraries to the Site
    • Add Web Parts to a Site
  7. Automating Business Processes with Workflows
    • Create a Workflow
    • Modify a Workflow

What Students Receive

In this hands-on SharePoint Designer 2010 course, students will receive:
  • Access to a live (not simulated) SharePoint Designer 2010 lab environment both during class and for six months afterward to complete hands-on labs and practice skills learned.
  • A printed courseware manual for use during and after class.
  • Access to a searchable, electronic version of the courseware manual for reference after class
  • A PC headset for communicating with the instructor and fellow students during the SharePoint Designer 2010 Training Class
  • A course completion certificate upon successful completion of your SharePoint Designer 2010 Training course