If you're a Premium Member of the Lynda.com Training Library, you have access to the exercise files used in this course. They're in one folder named Exercise Files. I've placed a copy of it here on my Desktop. You might wish to do that as well. The Exercise Files folder includes three folders with Documents, Logos and Marketing Previews. And I'll use these files to show you how to work with Box. When I use one of the exercise files, then a banner will appear on the screen telling you what file I'm using.
And some of the files are used in more than one chapter. If you don't have access to these exercise files, don't worry at all. You can use your own files. As a matter of fact, even if you have access to the exercise files, you might choose to use the documents that you're working with every day, and the image files that you're using, and the PDFs you want to have access to. Using your own files is a great way to learn how to use Box. Whether you're using the exercise files I've provided, or your own files, let's get started
AuthorGini von Courter
- Editing documents in Box Edit
- Sharing links to files and folders
- Setting up security options
- Adding comments
- Assigning tasks
- Creating and editing Box notes
- Using Box Sync
- Using Box on mobile devices
- Upgrading to Box for Business
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 03/05/2015. What changed?
A: We updated the course to reflect the most recent changes to Box's interface and feature set, including the new Word, PowerPoint, and Excel integration offered in Box for Office.
1. Starting Out
2. Storing and Viewing Files
3. Using Box Edit
4. Collaborating with Box
5. Browsing Box Apps
6. Going Mobile
7. Using Box for Business
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