Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007

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Overview Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 is a smart way to master the fundamentals of how to build customised SharePoint …


Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 is a smart way to master the fundamentals of how to build customised SharePoint applications and sites. The course will explore how to work with SharePoint Services and create web pages. You will also learn about create workflows, dashboards, custom forms and templates to improve the productivity of your team. Getting certified in this course will open the door to gaining exciting job opportunities across multiple sectors and industries. In this video series John Jansen teaches you to build very simple or incredibly complex business solutions on the SharePoint Designer 2007 platform. Learn about Master Pages, how to modify Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in SharePoint Designer, and how to integrate Visual Studio with custom Web part deployment and workflow actions.

Learning with Study 365 has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.

This course is comprised of professional learning materials, all delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months).

  • Who is it for?
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  • Business owners
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Business professionals
  • Office administrators
  • Business executives

This course consists of the following:

Part 01 – Solution Administrator

  • Module 1: Intergrating Visual studio
  • Module 2: Using the data view dashboard
  • Module 3: Creating the best workflow
  • Module 4: Applying layout changes

Part 02 – Tips & Tricks

  • Module 1: Using task panes
  • Module 2: Setting a client configuration
  • Module 3: Working with code view

Part 03 – Web Content Management

  • Module 1: Applying Contributor settings
  • Module 2: Corporate portal branding
  • Module 3: Creating a new page layout
  • Module 4: Creating a tracking application

Part 04 – Dashboards, Themes & MasterPages

  • Module 1: Building a dashboard
  • Module 2: Creating a new theme
  • Module 3: Making Masterpages

Part 05 – Targeted SharePoint Applic.

  • Module 1: Infopath & custom workflow
  • Module 2: Viewing from libraries

From the day you purchase the course, you will have 12 months access to the online study platform. As the course is self-paced you can decide how fast or slow the training goes, and are able to complete the course in stages, revisiting the training at any time.

At the end of each module, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for assessment and certification when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed the course.

Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate in Office SharePoint Designer 2007.

Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.

Once you successfully complete the Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007, you will gain a recognised qualification that will demonstrate your expertise in SharePoint Services. You can impress potential employers with your skills in customised SharePoint applications. Microsoft Office SharePoint can be applied across a range of industries, which will let you to progress in the desired career path and ask for an increment or be eligible for incentives. Given below are job titles you can land, along with the average UK salary per annum according to

This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to gain high level job roles in the following industries:

  • Office Administrator - £18,172 per annum
  • Business Executive - £24,483 per annum
  • Small Business Owner - £29,479 per annum
  • Executive Assistant - £30,554 per annum

John Jansen has been working at Microsoft for over 7 years now. He began in Product Support and then moved into Test for FrontPage during the Office XP release cycle. He is now a Test Lead, managing a team of testers who focus on XSLT rendering of SharePoint Data using SharePoint Designer tools. John is actively involved in gathering community feedback via the SharePoint Designer team blog ( and MVP newsgroups.

John is passionate about the evolving SharePoint platform and leveraging that platform to its fullest. In his “free time” John travels the world presenting at conferences (most recently in Spain), managing his wife’s jewellery website built on SharePoint technologies, and trying to teach his 3 year old daughter how to use system.xml to her advantage.

PLEASE NOTE: We do not provide any software with this course.


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Course Curriculum

Free Introduction
Office SharePoint Designer 2007 FREE 00:00:00
Part 01- Solution Administrator
1. Creating the Solution
2. Creating Event Handlers
3. Editing the Solution .XML
4. Packaging & Deployment
5. Creating a Workflow Action
6. Modifying the Send Activity Alert
7. Making the Workflow Available
8. Creating a New Site
1. Changing a List View Web Part to a Data View
2. Adding a Data View Using SQL Data Source
3. Modifying a View via Data Source Details
4. Modifying a View Using Web Part Connections
5. Adding a New Data View Web Part for Editing
1. Creating a New Workflow
2. Adding a New Step to the Workflow
3. Adding an Approval Alert
1. Modifying the HTML of the Web Part Zones
2. Add Web Parts to the Web Part Zones & Modify Them
3. Changing the CSS
4. Customizing the List View Page
5. Changing the List Properties for a New Form
6. Final Comments
Part 02- Tips & Tricks
1. Explaining Tag & CSS Properties
2. Explaining Manage Styles & Attach Styles
3. Using Data Source Library & Data Source Details
4. Checking Accessibility, Hyperlinks & CSS Reports
1. Optimizing the Task Panes Layout
2. Customizing Toolbars
1. Creating Code Snippets
2. Modifying Web Part Properties
3. Navigating in Code View
4. Correcting Errors in Code View
5. Editing Controls
6. Working with Code Hyperlinks
7. Working with Code Formatting Options
8. Final Comments
Part 03- Web Content Management
1. Creating New Group Permissions
2. Setting Permission Limits
1. Moving the Search Area
2. Moving the Site Actions Control
3. Modifying the Welcome Control
4. Replacing the Site Logo
5. Creating a New Content Placeholder inside a Div
1. Creating Content Type & New Layout Pages
2. Inserting a Simple Table
3. Inserting Content Fields
4. Modifying CSS in a Layout Page
5. Finalizing the Default Master
6. Creating New Pages from Layout Pages
7. Editing a New Page
1. Creating the Database Back-end
2. Creating a Custom Master Page
3. Modifying a CSS Layout
4. Creating a Linked Data Source
5. Creating a Tracking Workflow
6. Filtering a Custom Data View
7. Creating a Custom Entry Form
8. Final Comments & Credits
Part 04- Dashboards, Themes & MasterPages
1. Creating a Site & a New Page
2. Modifying the Page Layout
3. Con guring the Toolbox
4. Creating a UserControl
5. Exporting the UserControl
6. Creating a Project in Visual Studio®
7. Signing the Assembly
8. Adding Events to the Control
9. Modifying the UserControl for the CodeBehind
10. Con guring the Application
11. Adding the Control to the Dashboard
12. Adding a Data Source Control to the Site
13. Modifying Fields in GridView
14. Creating a Hyperlink
15. Creating a Data View
16. Modifying the Data Source
17. Troubleshooting Errors in the UserControl
1. Modifying the Navigation
2. Inserting a Custom Logo
3. Modifying Theme Resources
4. Understanding Selectors
5. Understanding How Styles Cascade
6. Understanding Theme Basics
7. Modifying the Appropriate Class
8. Creating a Preview Image
1. Understanding MasterPages
2. Adding Links to the MasterPage
3. Creating a Copyright Notice
4. Starting from Scratch to Make Dramatic Changes
5. Adding Basic Content
6. Adding Table Structure
7. Inserting a Site Actions Control
8. Adding a Web Part Toolpane
9. Understanding Minimum Placeholders
10. Adding a Splash Screen
11. Inserting a Custom Style Tag
12. Inserting an ASP Menu Control
13. Final Comments
Part 05- Targeted SharePoint Applic.
1. Designing a Form
2. Publishing a Content Type
3. Creating a Form Library
4. Setting the Default Content Type
5. Creating a Workflow Project
6. Adding Code Fixes
7. Creating a New Class
8. Adding Global Variables
9. Adding Global Properties
10. Adding Execute Code
11. Adding Send Email Code
12. Adding Group Task Code
13. Deploying the Custom Workflow
14. Adding a Workflow to SharePoint
15. Accessing Custom Workflows
16. Activating the Workflow
1. Creating a Simple InfoPath Form
2. Understanding XXLT
3. Inserting Data Views
4. Adding Conditional Formatting to a View
5. Inserting a View of the Form Library
6. Leveraging Share XXLT
7. Creating a Master Details View
8. Creating a Data View Parameter
9. Creating Dynamic Hyperlinks
10. Finalizing the Applications
11. Final Comments & Credits

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