This course gives students an introduction to the SharePoint application. Students will learn about the purposes and possibilities of the application, as well as how to access, navigate, and work with various sites and libraries. This course is designed mostly from an end-user perspective.
Classic vs. Modern: When viewing your company’s SharePoint sites, you will see it in one of two layouts—Classic or Modern—depending on the site default. The skills are transferable in either view, but you may prefer to attend the course which maps to your company’s settings.
SharePoint 2016 (Classic) Introduction to SharePoint maps to SharePoint 2013 Introduction to SharePoint
Who Should Attend
This course is for students who want to learn the different ways to collaborate with documents and tasks in a SharePoint site, as well as how to integrate SharePoint documents with Microsoft Office and Business Intelligence.
This course is designed to give students an introduction to the basic uses of a SharePoint site. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to access and navigate a SharePoint site, as well as understand the different components of a site. You will also be able to upload, open, edit, and save files in a SharePoint Library.
1 - Lessons
- Accessing your SharePoint Site - Learn how to access SharePoint sites with a web browser or through Office 365.
- Navigating your SharePoint Site - Learn to locate and use SharePoint links, menus, and site contents.
- Components of SharePoint - Learn the differences between and functions of SharePoint libraries, lists, and apps.
- Performing a Search - Learn how to search for files within SharePoint sites and libraries.
- Uploading Documents and Pictures to a SharePoint Library - Learn different ways to upload files to SharePoint libraries.
- Opening, Editing, and Saving a SharePoint file - Learn all the different options for working with files in a SharePoint library.