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Get up and running with Skype, the tool for calling, video chatting, messaging, and sharing with others—wherever you are. With this course, you'll learn the basics from creating an account and adding contacts to making your first call—via audio, video, or even instant message. Author Lisa Larson-Kelley will guide you through setting up the tools you need, your webcam and your microphone, and making a test call. You'll even learn how to use Skype by connecting with Facebook, and also on various mobile devices. You'll then be on your way to more advanced features like calling a landline, making a group video call, and recording Skype calls. You'll also learn how to troubleshoot Skype so you have the best video and audio quality.
Hi, I'm Lisa Larson-Kelley, a developer and technical trainer. Welcome to Up and Running with Skype for Windows. In this course, I'll help you understand the essential software that brings people together through audio and video calls. I'll walk you through the basics of using Skype, from creating an account and logging in, to setting up your webcam and microphone for the best image and sound quality. Making your first call and setting up your lists of contacts. And accessing more advanced features.
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