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Explore Office SharePoint Server 2007 with training from Microsoft experts, right from your desktop. Download a simple file to get the grand tour of the latest features and changes, including automated workflows to track approval cycles, business dashboards showing how well you are performing on your goals, and syncing documents to Outlook. The training, which includes articles, videos, and interactive tutorials, will lead you step-by-step through the rich features of Office SharePoint Server.

Find it here

Training includes:

Collaboration

  • Finding your way around a team site
  • Understanding permissions
  • Customizing a team site
  • Linking calendars to Outlook
  • Adding Web Parts
  • Collaborating in libraries, lists, and workspaces
  • Using blogs and wikis to share information

Enterprise Content Management

  • Document management
  • Protecting files
  • Using workflows
  • Records management
  • Creating and publishing Web pages
  • Improving compliance and support litigation discovery

Search

  • Finding files, Web sites, information, and people

Portals and personalization

  • My Sites
  • Targeting content to specific audiences
  • Managing access to your My Site

Business processes and forms

  • Streamlining business processes with forms and workflow
  • Gathering information with browser-compatible forms
  • Designing custom workflows using SharePoint Designer

Business intelligence

  • Sharing Excel workbooks as interactive reports
  • Working with a Report Center site
  • Using dashboards to drive decisions
  • Understanding Filter Web Parts
  • Integrating external data
Posted on Monday, January 14, 2008 7:34 PM | Back to top


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The SharePoint server version of the training can be viewed at http://www.wssdemo.com/sharepoint
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