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55255-A: SharePoint for Office 365 End User Training


SharePoint for Office 365 End User Training course gives a sufficient amount of introduction to the end-users and site owners/managers who are beginning to work in the SharePoint atmosphere in Office 365. The 3 days course covers some of the key components of SharePoint like operating lists and libraries, learning the basic techniques for page customizations, functioning with forms, and regulating site permissions and users. You will be able to learn about the SharePoint 365 Setup, SharePoint 365 Introduction, and some SharePoint List Basics. This course is specially designed for fresh and experienced users of the SharePoint application and you will get a certification of SharePoint for Office 365 End User Training by the end of the course. 

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Course Information

Module 1: SharePoint 365 setup

This module describes how to set up SharePoint 365.


  • SharePoint Online

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Set up a sample site for your class.

Module 2: SharePoint 365 Overview

SharePoint 365 is essentially a collaboration tool. The primary goal is to make it easy for users to find and share information, and SharePoint has a number of built-in features to do so. SharePoint's library system capabilities can provide superior functionality to traditional file servers. SharePoint lists are easy to design and use, instead of sharing spreadsheet files or more formal database tables. Both lists and libraries can be customized and expanded to enhance their appearance and functionality. All of these collaborations can be done in the browser interface.


  • SharePoint Online
  • Site layout and navigation
  • Layout
  • navigation

Lab: Team Site Navigation

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Learn about SharePoint online.
  • Learn about SharePoint site hierarchies.

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Module 3: SharePoint List Basics

Lists are a basic component of SharePoint and provide a way for users to store and view data. SharePoint provides many easy-to-use predefined list templates "out of the box". Lists can be further customized by adding columns and can store any type of information. In addition, list columns are validated and can be linked to other lists. Lists are a very flexible and powerful tool for SharePoint.


  • Creating an app using a list template
  • Creating a list
  • Creating a list using a list template
  • List column
  • Creating a list column
  • Column validation
  • List column validation

Lab: Working with Team site lists

Lab: Creating custom lists and columns

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Use a list template.
  • Use the default list for your Team site.
  • Create a new list from the list template.
  • Create a custom list.
  • Add a column to the list.
  • Control and validate inputs to list fields.
  • Link data from separate lists

Module 4: Library Basics

SharePoint libraries share the same features as SharePoint lists, such as columns, views, and validations. A feature of the SharePoint library is that each item in the library has an underlying document. Therefore, in addition to the data stored in the library columns, the document contains its own data depending on the type of document. With additional data that can be stored in columns that can be used for filtering and searching, and features such as version control, the library is considered a good alternative to traditional file server systems. Libraries, like lists, are the basic building blocks of a SharePoint site.


  • Library template
  • Creating a library
  • Creating a document library and adding columns
  • Document and version management
  • Document checkout
  • Document deletion and restoration
  • version control

Lab: Working with Team site libraries

Lab: Creating a library

Lab :: Document version control

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Create a new library using the library template.
  • Work with various libraries within the default Team site.
  • Add a column to the library.
  • Check out the document for editing.
  • Delete and restore documents from the document library.
  • Enable library versioning.
  • Revert the library documentation to the previous version.

Module 5: Working with Lists and Library Views

Views are a flexible system for displaying SharePoint lists and library data in an easy-to-read and easy-to-use manner. All SharePoint lists and libraries allow you to create and configure multiple views, and some list and library templates have special views preconfigured. Views can be defined for personal or shared use.


  • Default view
  • View default view
  • Custom view
  • How to create a custom view

Lab: Creating a Team site

Lab: Creating a blog site

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Use the default views built into lists and libraries.
  • Create a personal view.
  • Create a shared view.
  • Set the view.
  • Set the default view for a list or library.

Module 6: Site operations

All SharePoint content is accessed through the site. A SharePoint site is a container for lists and libraries and is the starting point for basic management. The content, lists, libraries, and basic look of your site are initially determined by the site template used to create your site.


  • Site template
  • Creating a site
  • Creating a Team site
  • Site navigation
  • Manage site navigation

Lab: Creating a Team site

Lab: Creating a blog site

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Understand what a site template is.
  • Understand the different types of "ready-to-use" site templates in SharePoint.
  • Create a new site using the site template.
  • Create a project site.
  • Create a Team site.
  • Create a blog site.
  • Manage the sites displayed in the top link bar.

Module 7: Page Content

SharePoint offers several ways to add content to pages on your site. The latest techniques and techniques implemented by Team site templates use Wiki style pages. Another method that is built into SharePoint from the beginning is the use of web parts and web part pages. Both methods produce similar output, and web part pages and wiki pages share the ability to add web parts.


  • Wiki library page
  • Web part page
  • Creating a web part page
  • Working with web parts

Lab: Working with Wiki pages

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Understand what a wiki page is.
  • Web Part Understanding what a page and a web part are.
  • Add content to the home page of your Team site.
  • Change the layout of the home page of the Team site.
  • Create a Wiki page.
  • Create a web part page.
  • Add a web part.

Module 8: Site Columns and Content Types

One way to customize SharePoint for reuse across sites, site collections, and even the farm is to create site columns and content types. Site columns are the simplest elements and are basically the same as list columns and library columns, but you can create them at the site level to make them available for that site and any child site. Content types are combinations of site columns, as well as additional settings and information such as document templates and workflows. Once you've created a content type, you can link it to lists and libraries.


  • Site column gallery
  • Creating site columns
  • Site Content Type Gallery
  • Creating content types

Lab: Creating and manipulating content types

Lab: Adding content types to your library

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Understand content types.
  • Create a site column.
  • Create a content type.
  • Create a document template for the content type.
  • Assign content types to lists and libraries.
  • Create a new item based on your custom content type.

Module 9: Office integration

One of the great features of SharePoint is its ability to integrate with Microsoft Office applications. This chapter describes integration with Office Online products. Office Online products are browser-based Offices that allow you to create and modify office documents. This has limitations and does not behave exactly like a locally installed one.


  • Outlook integration

Lab: Outlook integration

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Create an alert.

Module 10: Manage SharePoint Site Permissions

SharePoint site permissions are assigned when the site is created. By default, the permissions assigned to the root of the site collection are inherited by the child sites. Permission inheritance can be disabled at any time at the site, list, library, and even item level lists and libraries. The permissions themselves can be assigned to any of the groups created outside of SharePoint, such as SharePoint groups, individual users, or Windows groups.


  • SharePoint group
  • Permission assignment
  • Inheritance of permissions

Lab: Work with SharePoint permissions

Upon exiting this module, students will be able to:

  • Understand SharePoint groups.
  • Create a SharePoint group.
  • Assign permissions to SharePoint.
  • Manage permission inheritance at the site level.
  • Manage permission inheritance at the list or library level.

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Audience Profile

This course is intended for new and existing SharePoint users. This course is intended for information workers.

Q: What you will learn from SharePoint for Office 365 End User 55255A Training Course?

A: This course will provide the representatives with the outlook integration, creating content types, working with web parts, creating a document library and adding columns, managing site navigation, creating lists using list templates, and many other important concepts.

Q: What is the purpose of SharePoint in Office 365?

A: Microsoft SharePoint's purpose is to help the organizations share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to Empower teamwork. Quickly find information. Seamlessly collaborate across the organization.

Q: SharePoint included with Office 365?

A: Yes, SharePoint Online is bundled with some variations of Office 365, or it can be purchased as a standalone service.

Q: What is the main difference between SharePoint Online and Office 365?

A: In a fundamental way, Office 365 is a way to create documents, while SharePoint is the hub where you can store and communicate about them. SharePoint online is great if you have a large organization that needs the ability to co-author documents

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