When migrating, or upgrading to Office 2016 on the same computer, you will continue to have access to your Outlook data in the new version. If you are upgrading to Outlook 2016 on a new computer, you will want to export your old Outlook 2013 data to the new machine for importing. In this movie, you will know how to export your data to a .pst file that can then be imported into Outlook 2016 on a different computer.
- [Voiceover] We're going to spend a little time…with Outlook 2016 now and if you're migrating…from Outlook 2013 to 2016 on the same computer simply…upgrading to the newer version, you really don't have…to worry about transferring any of your data.…All you do is log in and you'll have access to the exact…same calendar, your different contacts, anything you've…stored in your folders, it'll all be there…in the newer upgraded version of Outlook.…However, if you're moving to a new computer, you may wanna…consider exporting your Outlook data and importing it…at the other end.…
So to go through that process, we'll pretend we're…in Outlook 2013 right now, you would first need to export…your data by going to the file tab, you'd go to export,…it says open and export here in 2016.…Then find the import/export button and you'll see a list…of different options or actions to perform.…What we wanna do is export to a file, you would select that,…notice it's to export Outlook information to a file…for use in other programs or other computers.…
- Recognize the changes to the user interface.
- Describe when you would use Touch mode.
- Explain how to quickly format shapes.
- Cite how to quickly choose a chart type.
- Name the pane that opens up when a picture is added to a slide and describe what it does.
- Explain how to import your contacts, email, calendars, and more.