Cloud computing in Office 2016, as in Office 2013, allows users to have anywhere access to files on any device that is connected to the internet. In this movie, you will know about the continued push in Office 2016 to make use of cloud computing, including the share tab that requires you to save a file to the cloud before you can share it with others.
- [Voiceover] Let's take a moment to review cloud computing…and its importance to Office 2016.…It was actually back in Office 2013…when we first saw Microsoft pushing us…in the direction of cloud computing.…You could go up to the File tab,…just like we would here in Office 2016.…In Word, for example, still working with the document…we opened up from the Chapter 1 folder…of your exercise files in the previous movie,…The Best of Landon Hotel Guide,…clicking the File tab, let's say we wanted to save this…to another name, we would go down to Save As,…and you'll see, by default at the top of the list,…cloud options like OneDrive, for example,…if you're logged into your Microsoft account,…could be Hotmail, Outlook.com, Windows Live accounts,…you can get free storage in the cloud,…and you can buy more if you need it.…
But you're going to see these options…at the top of the list for Save As…if you're in an organization that uses SharePoint services,…like our fictitious company here, Landon Hotel.…You might see SharePoint options.…
- 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.