Audiences: Information workers
Technology: Microsoft Office 2010 suites
Credit toward certification: MOS: SharePoint 2010
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Create and format content (25–30%)
Navigate the SharePoint hierarchy
Use Quick Launch, All Site Content, and breadcrumb trails; add content to Quick Launch; and use content and structure for navigation
Manage lists and libraries
Create lists or libraries, edit properties for new items, enable email notifications on a library or list, provide a shortcut to a mobile site URL, manage document templates, manage list views, create an alert on a list or library, enable rating, add a column, add content validation, manage column properties for various column types, and manage workflows
Manage list items
Create a new item, edit content, delete a list item or a document, version items, publish assets, manage workflows, and upload documents
Manage document sets
Create a document set, and add a document to a document set
Site navigation overview (SharePoint Server 2010)
Manage lists and libraries with many items
Create and manage Document Sets
Manage SharePoint sites (15–20%)
Create, edit, and delete pages
Administer a site
Create a new site, configure the site structure, configure the Content Organizer, display a list of all user alerts, modify the look and feel of a site, and recover a list, library, document, or list item
Manage Web Parts on a page
Add a Web Part, configure a Web Part, hide or remove a Web Part, and export or import a Web Part
Manage content types
Associate a content type to a list, and extend the columns of a content type
Manage users and groups
Manage user access, groups, and group permissions
Create SharePoint workspace sites
Use document and meeting workspaces
Analyze site activity
View site web analytics, and view detailed reports
Connect data in Web Parts
Manage membership of SharePoint groups
Participate in user communities (15–20%)
Configure My Site
Add keywords, add colleagues, select a theme, configure the Colleague Tracker Web Part, configure RSS feeds, and configure profiles
Collaborate through My Site
Update profile status, share pictures in My Site, manage personal documents, share documents in My Site, browse the organization hierarchy, and add Web Parts to My Site
Tag and note content
Add notes on the Note Board for a list or a library, add tags for a list or a library, rate an item, use tag clouds, and review tags on My Site
Build a My Site profile to help people find you
Collaboration site planning (SharePoint Server 2010)
Social tagging overview (SharePoint Server 2010)
Configure and consume site search results (20–25%)
Administer search at the site level
Configure searchable columns, configure list search, and configure site search visibility
Search SharePoint for content
Perform search by using Windows Internet Explorer, Windows Explorer, Office Word 2010 Research Pane, or SharePoint Workspace 2010
View search results
Browse search results, use best bet results, use the refinement panel, use alerts and RSS feeds, and view document previews
Perform advanced searches
Use Boolean operators in searches, use wild cards in searches, run property searches, and run phonetic searches
Search for people
Use People Search, refine people searches, and use advanced searches
Search for content
Quickly find the resources you need to get your job done
Customize the Search Center site
Integrate SharePoint 2010 services and Microsoft Office 2010 applications (15–20%)
Configure SharePoint 2010 services
Use Form Services, Excel Services, Access Services, and Visio Services
Run Microsoft Office 2010 applications with SharePoint 2010 services
Integrate with Microsoft Outlook, access content with SharePoint Workspace 2010, and integrate with Office Web Apps
Create a dashboard page; add and configure the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Web Part, KPI Details Web Part, Chart Web Part, Current User Filter Web Part, and Excel Web Access Web Part; display business data actions; and create KPI lists
Getting started with Excel Services and Excel Web Access
Synchronize SharePoint 2010 content with Outlook 2010
Creating dashboards by using PerformancePoint Dashboard Designer
You need to perform a search for only PowerPoint files that contain the keyword ski.
Which method should you use?
A. Search for ski,and then select PowerPoint in the refinement panel.
B. Search for FileType:pptx, and then select ski In the refinement panel.
C. Click PowerPoint Presentations in the View All Site Content page, and then search for ski.
D. Perform an advanced search for PowerPoint, and then select skifrom the result type drop-down.
The refinement options found on the left side of the results page provide drill-down capability filtered on the refinement and the general search results.
You need to display a list of all Microsoft Word documents in the site collection that contain the keyword ski. Which steps should you take?
A. 1. Navigate to the home page for the site.
2. In the Document web part apply filters to the Type and Name columns.
B. 1. From Site Content and Structure, navigate to Documents tor the site.
2. Apply filters to the Type and Name columns.
C. 1. Navigate to the home page for the site.
2. Search using the search term ski.
3. Refine the search to display Word documents.
D. 1. Navigate to the search page and perform an advanced search
2. Specify ski as the Result
3. Add a property restriction for the type Word.