Office Online gives you web versions of Microsoft's best productivity apps: all you need is a free Microsoft account
Office Online gives you web versions of Microsoft's best productivity apps: all you need is a free Microsoft account. Now, in just one hour, these easy video tutorials will help you master Microsoft's entire Office Online app collection. Office Online: Let's Get Busy shows how to create and share content with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps... stay in touch via Outlook, organize contacts and time with People and Calendar... store your content in the cloud... use Microsoft's apps together to collaborate, communicate instantly, and manage your whole life! Top Office expert Katherine Murray walks you through practically everything you'll ever want to do with Office Online (and even tells you what the free version can't do, so you won't waste time looking). Now, great Office tools are free wherever there's a web connection. Make the most of them-with Office Online: Let's Get Busy!
About the instructor:
Katherine Murray has been writing about technology for 25 years, and specializes in Microsoft products, especially Windows and Office, including Office 365 since its earliest betas. She has written extensively about web products, and wrote a tutorial on SkyDrive (OneDrive's predecessor product) for Microsoft. Her recent books include My Windows 8.1, Microsoft Office Professional 2013 Plain and Simple, and Microsoft Word 2010 Inside Out
What are the requirements?
No experience required basic familiarity with Windows and web browsers is helpful
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 11 lectures and 2 hours of content!
Get started fast with Office Online, explore its tools, and switch among apps
Know what you can (and can't) do with the free Office apps
Learn how to perform essential tasks with the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps
Create and share collaborative notebooks in OneNote
Manage your contacts and organize your time within Office Online
Use the Office Apps together to do even more
Store your files in the cloud with OneDrive
What is the target audience?
For anyone who needs a little help to make the most of Microsoft's free Office Online: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, People, Calendar, OneDrive, and more
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