In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to use and the benefits of Excel Online, the free web version that anyone with a Microsoft account can use.
- [Instructor] Anyone can use Excel Online.…A Microsoft account is free,…and along with that comes the use…of Excel, PowerPoint, and Word Online.…If you already have a work, school,…Exchange, or Office 365 account,…you can use that same login to access Excel Online.…Point your browser to login.microsoftonline.com.…From here,…log in.…It automatically brought me to my OneDrive area.…OneDrive is Microsoft's cloud storage account.…
Here's where I can save all of my Excel files.…To get to Excel, click the grid thumbnail icon…on the top left-hand side of the browser.…This is going to show me a list…of all the Microsoft products…that I'm entitled to use online.…From here, I'm going to click Excel.…It's going to open up Excel Online.…I can see my recent files.…I can choose from a template,…or I can also click to open up a new blank workbook.…You'll notice that this looks very similar…to the desktop version.…
I can work with my cells.…I can even resize them.…I can see my worksheet down at the bottom.…I can even right-click and insert a new one…
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- Converting Google Sheets to Excel format
- Working anywhere with Excel Online
- Working with sheets
- Creating an Excel table
- Applying conditional formatting
- Working with formulas
- Working with charts and sparklines
- Sharing files and collaborating with others
- Reviewing and tracking changes