Microsoft Windows SharePoint Designer 2010

SharePoint Designer Training

Level 1


Course Objective: You will use Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Designer 2010 to create and modify a SharePoint site.

Target Student: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.

Prerequisites: To benefit from this course, you should have basic end-user skills with SharePoint and be familiar with the general structure and hierarchy of SharePoint sites. You can obtain this level of knowledge and skill by taking the following Element K course:

  • Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Foundation 2010: Level 1 Recommended, though not required, are the following courses:
  • Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Foundation 2010: Level 2
  • Web Design with XHTML, HTML, and CSS: Level 1 Hardware Requirements


SharePoint Designer Level 1 Course Objectives

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.

SharePoint Designer Course Content

Lesson 1:Getting Started with the SharePoint Designer Environment

Topic 1A: Identify SharePoint Designer Interface Components

Topic 1B: Get Help in SharePoint Designer

Topic 1C: Customize the SharePoint Designer Interface

Lesson 2: Creating a Subsite

Topic 2A: Create a Blank Subsite

Topic 2B: Create a Page Layout

Topic 2C: Add Content to a Master Page

Lesson 3: Adding Content to the Site

Topic 3A: Add and Format Text

Topic 3B: Work with Tables

Topic 3C: Work with Images

Lesson 4: Formatting a Site with Cascading Style Sheets

Topic 4A: Create an External Style Sheet

Topic 4B: Create Internal Styles

Topic 4C: Modify External Style Sheets

Lesson 5: Linking Web Pages

Topic 5A: Add Hyperlinks

Topic 5B: Create a Hotspot

Topic 5C: Create Bookmark Links

Topic 5D: Open a Linked Page in a New Browser Window

Lesson 6: Adding SharePoint Components to the Site

Topic 6A: Add Lists and Libraries to the Site

Topic 6B: Add Web Parts to a Site

Lesson 7: Automating Business Processes with Workflows

Topic 7A: Create a Workflow

Topic 7B: Modify a Workflow



SharePoint Designer 2010 Level 2

Course Objective: You will extend a SharePoint site by including server-side controls and administer a SharePoint site.

Target Student: This course is intended for entry-level SharePoint solution developers who are currently capable of creating basic SharePoint sites using the out-of-the-box functionality provided by the built-in SharePoint Designer templates, and who now want to extend or create SharePoint sites with functionality by incorporating server web controls, data controls, customized workflows, and administration.

Prerequisites: To ensure your success in this course, you should be able to create basic SharePoint sites using existing SharePoint Designer templates. You can attain this level of skill and knowledge by taking the Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Designer 2010: Level 1 course prior to this course.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • provide user interactivity to their websites using ASP.NET forms.
  • implement custom content types.
  • integrate SharePoint sites with other data sources.
  • manipulate external data sources.
  • implement advanced data integration techniques.
  • create different types of workflows.
  • administer a SharePoint site using administration tools in SharePoint Designer 2010.

Course Content

Lesson 1: Working with ASP.NET Forms

Topic 1A: Create an ASP.NET Form

Topic 1B: Modify Form Control Properties

Topic 1C: Validate Inputs

Lesson 2: Implementing Custom Content Types

Topic 2A: Create Custom Content Types

Topic 2B: Add Custom Content Types to a List

Lesson 3: Integrating SharePoint Sites with Data Sources

Topic 3A: Access a Data Source

Topic 3B: Manipulate the Data in Data View

Lesson 4: Manipulating External Data Sources

Topic 4A: Create External Content Types

Topic 4B: Create an External List

Lesson 5: Implementing Advanced Data Integration Using SharePoint Designer 2010

Topic 5A: Display Data from a Linked Data Source in a Data View

Topic 5B: Deploy Web Services

Topic 5C: Manage Web Part Zones

Topic 5D: Display XML Data with XSLT

Lesson 6: Creating Workflows

Topic 6A: Create a Site Workflow

Topic 6B: Create a Reusable Workflow

Lesson 7: Administering a SharePoint Site Using SharePoint Designer 2010

Topic 7A: Manage Permissions for SharePoint Designer 2010

Topic 7B: Save a Customized Site as a SharePoint Site Template

Contact Information

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