About 77-419 Microsoft Office SharePoint 2013 Prep Course

This course 77-419 Microsoft Office SharePoint 2013 Prep  is designed for Information workers who are actively working and contributing to a SharePoint environment.The exam 77-419 Microsoft Office SharePoint 2013 focuses on enabling users to perform common day-to-day tasks when working with SharePoint 2013. Microsoft SharePoint 2013  introduces the new features and functionality. This test does an accurate job of gauging proficiency in site owner level skills.  You need to know how to add, edit, and manipulate sites, pages, web parts and content.  You need to know MySites and its sharing features. You need to know permissions, content types, site columns, document sets, and other essential functionality

Languages:English
Who should take this course:Information workers
Technology:Microsoft Office 2013 suites
Credit toward certification:MOS

Test Format

  • The 77-419 test is timed at 50 minutes.
  • Most of the questions were exercises that had to be accomplished in a simulation of the program. Microsoft has examples of question formats and other good test prep information at this link.
  • The test is entirely computer based. Upon submitting the exam, you’ll immediately know if you passed.

Topics that are included in 77-419 Microsoft Office SharePoint 2013 Prep course:

  1. Create and Format Content
    • Navigate the SharePoint Hierarchy
      This objective may include but is not limited to: using Quick Launch, using All Site Content, using breadcrumb trails, adding content to Quick Launch, using Content and Structure for navigation
    • Manage Lists and Libraries
      This objective may include but is not limited to: creating lists or libraries, editing properties for new items, enabling email notifications on lists or libraries, providing shortcuts to a mobile site URL, managing document templates, managing list views, creating alerts on lists or libraries, using ratings, adding columns, adding content validation, managing column properties
    • Manage List Items
      This objective may include but is not limited to: creating new list items, editing content, deleting list items or documents, versioning list items, publishing assets, managing existing workflows, uploading documents, creating and managing announcements, collaborating with Microsoft Office assets (calendars, spreadsheets, web apps)
    • Manage Document Sets
      This objective may include but is not limited to: adding documents to document sets, creating document sets, activating and deactivating document sets
  2. Manage SharePoint Sites
    • Manage Pages
      This objective may include but is not limited to: creating new site pages, using templates, editing and deleting existing site pages
    • Perform Administrative Tasks on Sites and Workspaces
      This objective may include but is not limited to: creating new sites or workspaces using templates, configuring site or workspace structures, configuring the Content Organizer, displaying a list of all user alerts, modifying Look and Feel, recovering assets (lists, libraries, documents, list items), using document and meeting workspaces, viewing site web analytics, viewing detailed reports
    • Manage Web Parts on a Page
      This objective may include but is not limited to: adding Web Parts, configuring Web Parts, hiding or removing Web Parts, exporting or importing Web Parts
    • Manage Content Types
      This objective may include but is not limited to: associating content types to lists, extending the columns of content types, creating custom content types
    • Manage Users and Groups
      This objective may include but is not limited to: creating groups, managing groups, managing user access, managing group permissions
  3. Participate in User Communities
    • Configure My Site
      This objective may include but is not limited to: adding keywords, adding colleagues, selecting themes, configuring the Colleague Tracker Web Part, configuring RSS feeds, configuring My Profile
    • Collaborate through My Site
      This objective may include but is not limited to: updating profile status, sharing pictures in My Site, managing personal documents, sharing documents in My Site, browsing the organization hierarchy, adding Web Parts to My Site
    • Add Tags and Notes to Content
      This objective may include but is not limited to: adding notes to the Note Board for lists or libraries, adding tags for lists or libraries, rating items, using tag clouds, reviewing tags on My Site
  4. Configure and Consume Site Search Results
    • Perform Search Administration at the Site Level
      This objective may include but is not limited to: configuring searchable columns, configuring list searches, configuring site search visibility
    • View Search Results
      This objective may include but is not limited to: browsing search results, using Best Bet results, using the Refinement Panel, using alerts and RSS feeds with search results, previewing documents
    • Perform Advanced Searches
      This objective may include but is not limited to: using Boolean operators in searches, using wild cards in searches, using property searches, using phonetic searches, using People Search, using advanced searches