Learn how to use the most popular Office apps for Android, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, and Teams.
- [Nick] Microsoft Office is a collection of very popular productivity applications and online services. Of course, most people use Office applications on desktop computers, but I find it's really nice to be able to access my documents and messages when I'm not at my computer. Most of the Office tools are available as mobile apps for smartphones and tablets. I'm Nick Brazzi and I've put together a training course on LinkedIn Learning that shows how to work with the most popular Office apps on Android devices. This includes Android smartphones, tablets, and if you have a Chromebook that supports Android apps through the Google Play Store, these apps might be useful for you as well.
So if you've ever thought about using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, or Microsoft Teams from your Android device, you might want to check this course out and see what you can do with these apps.
- Exploring Office on an Android phone or tablet
- Creating and editing documents in Word
- Building spreadsheets in Excel
- Working with Excel formulas
- Creating presentations in PowerPoint
- Sharing files in Office for Android
- Working with Outlook calendar and email
- Managing notebooks in OneNote
- Messaging in Microsoft Teams
Skill Level Beginner
1. Set Up the Office Apps
2. Word for Android
3. Excel for Android
4. PowerPoint for Android
5. Collaborate in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
6. Outlook for Android
7. OneNote for Android
8. Microsoft Teams for Android
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