Microsoft is known for their easy-to-use products. But did you know that behind Office’s simple-looking user interface lie many in-depth features? From Word and Excel to PowerPoint and Outlook, here are some free training videos that will help you master them all.
Which version of Microsoft Office does your company use? 2010? 2007? Even the newest versions of Word, PowerPoint and Excel are from three years old, which makes an Office upgrade a worthwhile consideration. Read on for updates on Microsoft’s newest productivity platform.
There are so many variables to consider when choosing a software solution, especially now that cloud-based options run on mobile devices. If you’re choosing between Office 365 and Google Apps for productivity software, understanding what they’re capable of on an Android phone or tablet could make the answer much clearer.
Back in the prehistoric ages, Neanderthals resorted to cave drawings to tell bedtime stories or to announce marriages. Microsoft PowerPoint is the modern-day equivalent of cave art; the objective remains unchanged, but its efficiency can be questionable.
Remember when spellchecker became widely popular in the late ‘70s and was considered a lifesaver for many people using word processors? You may ask “What does this have to do with Office 365?” The point is new technological features continue to transform the way we work, saving us both time and money.
Whether you need suggestions for your PowerPoint presentation, someone to edit your Word document or input a lot of data into Excel, Office 365 has the features to help you with a variety of tasks. So the next time you need some help getting work done, try using these tricks with Office 365.
Simultaneously edit a document with other people
With Office 365, people can work together on any Word, PowerPoint or Excel document in real time.