Since people began creating websites they've used simple text editors to easy-to-use WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editors. Text editors require a firm knowledge of how to design a website, while WYSIWYG does not require background knowledge. SharePoint Designer 2007 falls under the second category. Just envision how you want your site to look and SharePoint does all the code in the background.
Say you've made a fifteen page website in a text editor and you now have to make a change. You need to go to each one of those pages and do the change manually. With SharePoint Designer, you only need to make the change on one page and the rest are done automatically. This saves time and money.
There's many features of the program that will help create functional websites with ease and have the resulting page look great. But what if you need learning materials to teach others how to use it? You can create your own but it is time consuming - and we all know that time is money. Trainingmaterials.com has it all done for you. Download your free no obligation sample and see how we already did the work for you!