Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting familiar with the interface, part of Learning Office for Android Devices.
- In this movie, we're gonna get familiar…with the interface in the Office apps.…And I've got a couple of pieces of good news for you.…The interface is pretty uniform…between Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.…And even better news, if you've used…any of these applications on a computer,…you'll find the interface to be very similar,…especially when compared to Office 2013 for Windows.…But there's one very big difference…in the interface between Android tablets and Android phones,…and that's when it comes to working with the ribbon.…So we're gonna look at both the phone and the tablet…versions of the Office apps here in this movie.…
And I wanna start by opening up Word,…I'll do that here on the tablet.…Once again, we start at this front page.…Where I can open recent files or create…a new document from a template.…Now to get a document to work on, I have two choices.…I could create a new document,…which I would do from these templates,…and I usually like to just start with a blank document.…So I can tap on that, and I start this new blank document.…
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 03/21/2016. What changed?
A: We added three tutorials covering the Office mobile apps update cycle and the new Office mobile capabilities: inserting photos directly from the camera and using auto save and save history.