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Building Portals and Managing Content with Microsoft SharePoint 2007


Description: 

Learn to use Microsoft SharePoint 2007 to streamline your business processes.

In this course, you will learn how to build portals, manage web content, and streamline your business processes using SharePoint 2007. You will gain an understanding of the standard Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) collaboration portal features, including collaboration portals, user profiles, search, and information management policies, as well as the enterprise features, including business data catalog, InfoPath forms services, and Excel services.

You'll learn about the web content management features of Microsoft SharePoint 2007, including MOSS publishing sites, branding, and using content types and page layouts. You will learn to leverage the workflow capabilities of SharePoint to create business solutions, and you will learn about the built-in capabilities of SharePoint 2007 and how to customize them using SharePoint Designer.

 
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Who Needs to Attend

Content managers and web masters who need to understand the publishing, workflow, and web content capabilities of SharePoint 2007

Prerequisites

A good understanding of SharePoint 2007 and MOSS 3.0

 
   
     
Duration: 
5 Days  
     
     

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