It is important to recognize that there are different types of Office 365 accounts. The type of account you have affects which tools and applications you can use. Users should have an Office 365 Business or Enterprise plan for this course. In this video, look at the different types of accounts and discuss the features that come with each one.
- [Instructor] Before we dive into working with Office 365,…there's an important thing that we need to understand.…There are several different types of Office 365 accounts,…and it's important to know which type of account you have.…Among other reasons, it's important for you…to make sure that you're watching…the right training course.…This course is for Office 365 Business…or Enterprise users, not for Home or Student users.…To clarify that further, I want to go to…the Office 365 website, which I can get to…by going to office.microsoft.com.…
This page will be the starting point…for most Office 365 users.…This is where most people sign into…the Office 365 account, but before we actually…sign in to the account, which we're going to do…in another movie, I want to look at the information…provided on this page for the different types of accounts.…We see there are two links here…for information on home accounts and business accounts.…So let's start by clicking on this button for home.…So here we see some information for purchasing…
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The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. This course is intended for end users of Office 365 Business or Enterprise, not Office 365 Home or Student users.
- Understanding the types of Office 365 accounts
- Managing collaborative conversations with Teams
- Working in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook
- Touring the interface in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Working with formatting tools
- Co-authoring documents from OneDrive or SharePoint
- Sharing files and co-authoring in Skype for Business