Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using desktop apps with Office 365, part of Learning Office 365.
- Whether you're uploading files to a team site…or to your OneDrive, or maybe creating…new documents on the fly in either…of those scenarios, you may want…the full functionality of the OfficeSuite.…Maybe it's PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and so on.…In those cases, there are a couple of different ways…you can open up your files in the full-blown programs.…That's what we're going to talk about right now.…We left off looking at our OneDrive where we did…upload a file called Press_release.…And if you weren't following along, that's okay.…You can work with your own files.…
All you need to do is upload something here…to your OneDrive.…Now, once it's there, you can access it…directly from here in OneDrive by clicking…the name of the file.…Go ahead.…Now, this is going to open it up in Word Online…by default, because it's a Word document.…And if you want to edit the document,…not just look at it, you can go up to Edit Document,…where you'll see two options:…Edit in Word Online, you'll stay right here…in your browser, with limited functionality…
- Logging in as an administrator
- Defining and adding users
- Uploading files to a team site
- Reading and sending email with the Outlook Web App
- Working with calendars and contacts in Outlook
- Editing a team site
- Adding files to OneDrive
- Connecting with newsfeeds, IM, LinkedIn, or a blog
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 07/14/2016. What changed?
A: We added one new chapter on the Planner task management feature, introduced in Office 365 in June 2016.
Q: This course was updated on 04/05/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that show how to get started as an end user, including how to install client apps, navigate from app to app, and set up your profile.