This video provides an overview of Word Mobile, and its features and limitations compared to the full desktop version of Word and Word Online.
- [Instructor] If you have a smartphone or tablet computer,…and these days, who doesn't,…you have access to the mobile version of Word,…which is available for iOS and Android devices.…You can find it in the Apple App store…and the Google Play store, depending on your device.…I have Word along with the mobile versions…of Excel and PowerPoint here on my iPad.…Collectively, they're referred to…as the Office Mobile Suite.…I'll tap to open up Word.…Word Mobile is a useful app to have…when you might be away from your computer…and can't use the desktop or online version of Word.…For example, maybe a colleague emails you a Word document…that you need to review, but you're out running errands…and only have your phone with you.…
With Word Mobile, you can review the document,…make some changes, and send it back.…So, this first screen should look fairly familiar…at this point.…I'm currently signed into my Office 365 account,…so my name appears up here in the top left.…And with New selected, this is where you can access…several templates to work from,…
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- Purchasing Word vs. subscribing
- Navigating the Word interface
- Creating and formatting documents
- Inserting columns and tables
- Configuring AutoSave
- Co-authoring in Word
- Using Word Online and the Word Mobile app