Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the user interface and some sneak peeks, part of Office 2013 New Features.
Let's take a moment now to explore the new user interface here in Outlook 2013.…The very first time you go to launch Outlook,…you will be prompted to connect to your existing email addresses.…So if you have any, whether they'd be Exchange accounts, maybe IMAP, …or POP accounts like a Hotmail account, all you need to do is type in your…email address and password and Outlook does a really good job in getting you connected.…That's what I've done and here I am now arriving at my mailbox.…So let's talk about what we see in front of us.…
The flat clean look we saw in the other programs in the Office Suite 2013, same thing here.…The ribbon is flat, the buttons are flat it's a clean look and as we move over…to the left-hand side with the navigation pane collapsed, notice that by default…the envelope icon is selected, representing your mailbox, and it's broken up into separate boxes as well.…The Inbox is by default what is selected, so you're looking at your Inbox and…any new messages that appear with this blue bar down the left-hand side.…
- Exploring the new user interface
- Using the bookmark feature
- Inserting online video in Word documents
- Editing PDFs in Word
- Filtering records using the timeline in Excel
- Exploring new slide transitions in PowerPoint
- Creating web apps for SharePoint or Office 365 with Access
- Inserting online pictures with Publisher
- Embedding files in a OneNote notebook
- Connecting to social networks with Outlook
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