Get started using SharePoint 2016 for business collaboration and real-time documentation sharing. Find out how to save and share documents, create team sites and site collections, work with libraries and list apps, add and modify apps, manage permissions, and create simple workflows.
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Learn what's new in SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint Online, the cloud-based version of SharePoint. Gini Courter covers new features such as Office 365 and OneDrive integration, durable links, and the new Compliance Center.
Learn how to share files with Box, the free content management service for businesses.
Create personalized letters, envelopes, labels, and even email messages that address recipients by name, with the Mail Merge feature in Word 2013 and these expert-led training videos.
Learn how to create themes that can be used in all Office 2013 apps, and build the themes into templates that lock down content.
Be more productive in Outlook 2013. These tutorials will help you review your email quickly, organize and find messages, and automate some email tasks.
Learn how to manage your mail online using Outlook Web Access (OWA).
Learn how to access your Exchange account online using Outlook Web App (OWA).
Create and publish sophisticated electronic forms using the latest version of the Microsoft form-creation tool InfoPath.
Get started using SharePoint Server 2013 for business collaboration and real-time documentation sharing.
Dive in and explore what's new in SharePoint 2013, including enhancements to social networking, sharing, libraries, templates, and search.
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