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Learn the basics of Office 365 groups, where teams can collaborate easily using a single shared account for Outlook, OneDrive, Skype, and SharePoint.
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Take the rich features and productivity power of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on the go with Office for iPad and iPhone.
Get going with the mobile version of Office 2016, optimized for the Windows 10 touch interface.
Get started with the new Office for Android suite.
Learn how to to enter and organize data, create formulas and functions, build charts and PivotTables, and use other powerful Excel features.
Get started with the new Office for iOS suite.
Learn everything you need to master Excel for Mac 2016, including using functions, printing worksheets, and collaborating with others.
Get started with the Office 365 version of Excel 2016. Learn how to create, format, share, and print workbooks in Excel.
Get started with Excel 2016. Learn how to create, format, share, and print workbooks in Excel.
Learn how to quickly become productive with Excel for Mac 2016, including how to use functions, format data, and collaborate with others.
Learn how to to enter and organize data, create formulas and functions, build charts and PivotTables, and use other powerful Excel 2016 features.
Learn about the suite-wide enhancements in Office 2016 and Office 365, as well as program-specific new features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Learn to see and understand data with Tableau. Learn to import and summarize data, create and manipulate data visualizations, and share visualizations with your colleagues.
Learn everything you need to master Excel for Mac—now accessible from anywhere with an Office 365 subscription.
Take this fun and fast 5-day Excel challenge to test your Excel skills.
Take a look at all the features and enhancements in Microsoft's new Office for Mac 2016 suite.
Cool shortcuts, techniques, and tips for enhanced productivity in Excel for Mac 2011.
Use Office shapes and SmartArt to spice up such business docs as presentations, fliers, conceptual graphics, and even Venn diagrams, org charts, and more.
Learn how to use Dragon NaturallySpeaking, the leading speech-recognition software, for everything from dictating text to controlling your PC.
Discover how to work with charts and graphs in Excel, and visualize your data in a new way.
Get a new Microsoft Office tip every Tuesday. Take a five-minute break to improve your productivity and efficiency.
Ensure that everyone can access, use, and benefit from your Microsoft Office documents by implementing these accessibility best practices from David Rivers.
Discover how to use Google Sheets to edit spreadsheets and analyze data.
Discover the best tips and tricks in Excel 2013, and unleash the real power of this popular, powerful software.
Learn how to clean up your Excel data with a few simple and easy-to-understand functions, commands, and techniques.
Learn how to analyze and present your data with Numbers, Apple's intuitive spreadsheet program
Get a first look at Google Docs and Google Sheets, the standalone iOS apps for working with Google documents and spreadsheets offline and on the go.
Learn everything you need to get the most from the new features and revised workflows in iWork, including iCloud integration and the new mobile-friendly layouts.
Learn how to read income statements, cash flow statements, and balance sheets and assess the financial health of your business and your competition.
Teaches you the fundamental skills you need to work with Excel.
Take a look at suite-wide enhancements like cloud integration, Touch Mode, PDF editing, and Ribbon customization, as well as individual app improvements added to Office 2013.
Teaches you the basics of using Excel 2013 to enter and organize data, use functions, and build charts and PivotTables.
Explores the functions, commands, and techniques in Excel that quickly restructure data, remove unwanted characters, convert date data into the desired format, and prepare data for efficient analysis.
Shows Excel 2008 for Mac users how to make the transition to Excel 2011.
A comprehensive overview of Excel spreadsheet software for the Mac.
Walks through the transition from Excel 2003 to Excel 2010.
Excel tutorials that use real-world examples to teach the core features and tools in Excel 2010.
Explains the benefits of upgrading from Excel 2003 to 2007 and shows how to make the switch and overcome compatibility issues.
Demonstrates the features and tools of this spreadsheet application, including building great charts and creating effective formulas.
Fully explores the intricacies of working with this information management software.
Demonstrates every aspect of using Numbers '08 to design powerful spreadsheets.
A detailed look at the features and uses of Excel 2007, including how and why to use spreadsheets.
Learn useful formulas, functions, and techniques for enhancing spreadsheets and charts.
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