Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video What you need, part of Learning Word Online (Office 365).
- [Instructor] Well, here's what you need to know to follow along with me in this course. Firstly, you'll need to have a working internet connection to access Word Online. I'll be accessing Word Online from Internet Explorer but you can work with other browsers, even other platforms like a Mac Computer or mobile device like tablets and smartphones. Just keep in mind your screen might look a little different from mine if you're not working with Internet Explorer. The other thing you'll need is some kind of Microsoft sign-in credential. I'll be using an Office 365 business account in an organizational environment but you can use other accounts like personal Windows Live accounts, Outlook.com, and even old Hotmail accounts.
We'll discuss this further in the next chapter. Lastly, there are no exercise files needed for this course as we'll be creating our own files as we move through the chapters and movies in this course. With that in mind, it will help to start with me at the very beginning and follow along as we go through the creation process if you plan to work with me. Of course, you can also learn plenty by simply sitting back, relaxing, and watching.
Note: This course is for users who know the basics of the Word desktop app, but are new to the web browser version, Word Online. It emphasizes features that work differently in Word Online. For basic Word guidance, please see Word Essential Training (Office 365) or Learning Word 2019.
- Identify three Microsoft account types that can be used to access Word online.
- Explain how to start a new paragraph when dictating text.
- Recall how to determine the number of rows and columns to start with when creating a table.
- Recognize the users who have access to a document set to “Anyone with this link can edit.”
- Determine how to print a document that is not printing with the correct formatting from a Word file.