Learn how to convert and migrate documents, email, spreadsheets, and presentations from Google to Office, and start using the unique features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
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- [Voiceover] Welcome to Migrating from Google Apps to Office 2013. I'm Nick Brazzi. If you think using Google apps to create and edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations, and you're thinking about making the switch to using Microsoft Office instead, this is the course for you. I'll start by showing you what you need to know to download and convert your existing Google files to Word, Excel or PowerPoint files. Then, we'll spend some time getting familiar with the Microsoft Office applications.
Word, Excel and PowerPoint share a lot of similarities with Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides. So, as we go through these chapters, I'll really be focusing on the features that make these applications different. We'll also take a look at Outlook which is the Microsoft Office application that handles email, calendars and address books. Then, we'll finish by looking at some cloud-based storage solutions. Just because you're switching away from Google apps does not mean you need to give up online file storage.
So, let's jump right in with migrating from Google apps to Office 2013.
- Converting Google files to Office documents
- Getting familiar with the Office interface
- Working with Word: Track Changes, styles, and more
- Using formulas and functions in Excel
- Making charts and graphs in Excel
- Creating presentations with PowerPoint
- Setting up email in Outlook
- Storing files in the cloud