Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Office for Students.
This course is designed to give students an in-depth look at how to use the Microsoft Office suite of applications, and to be more productive in creating better work in an academic setting. Before watching this course, you should have basic access to the Microsoft Office suite of applications, which include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. You should also know some basic functions of how to use these applications, such as how to access them, how to create documents and save documents, and also know some basic word processing skills, such as typing. If at any time during or before this course you feel like you need some additional training, please review the basics with lynda.com.
Here you can find application specific courses for Office for Mac, as well as application specific courses for Office 365. The Office 365 courses are more appropriate for PC users, and the Office for Mac courses are more appropriate for Macintosh users.
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- Creating assignment templates
- Tracking changes and adding notes
- Creating bibliographies and citations
- Presenting in PowerPoint with SlideShare
- Using Excel to manage data
- Keeping school and personal email organized in Outlook
- Setting up a calendar
- Using SkyDrive to back up papers and assignments