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In this course, author and Office expert Curt Frye shows how to create, edit, and share Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote documents online with Office Web Apps. Each chapter addresses one of the programs, highlighting which features are available online and how they differ from the desktop versions. The course also includes information on integrating the Office Web Apps with SkyDrive and mobile, sharing online documents with other users, and embedding documents in web pages.
(music playing) Hi, I'm Curt Frye. Welcome to Up and Running with Office Web Apps. In this course I'll show you how to set up a Windows Live account and manage your files in the SkyDrive online file system. I'll discuss Word, the Word processing program. I'll demonstrate how to manage text and organize your data using tables. Next, I'll dive in to Excel, the spreadsheet program. I'll show you how to manage worksheets and create and customize charts. After Excel, I'll show you how to create presentations and present slideshows using the PowerPoint Web App.
The final app, OneNote, lets you manage notes from meeting, brainstorming sessions, and classes. Like the other Web Apps, you can open OneNote files in the desktop application. In the courses final chapter, I'll show you how to share your files, collaborate with your colleagues, and embed online files into web pages. The Office Web Apps combine the best aspects of the cloud with the familiar Office desktop applications. I'm sure you'll find that that your time with Up and Running with Office Web Apps will be time well spent.
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