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Learn how to use OneDrive for Business to store, organize, and share files on the cloud.
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.
Become a Microsoft Office Specialist in SharePoint. Study for the SharePoint 2013 MOS exam.
Get started using SharePoint Online, the cloud-based version of SharePoint, 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, manage permissions, and create simple workflows.
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.
Master the intricacies of Visio 2016, Microsoft's powerful diagramming software.
Learn how to store and share files using OneDrive, Microsoft's free cloud storage service.
Learn how to use Skype for Business to connect with important contacts, deliver presentations, and keep in touch on the go.
Learn how to use SharePoint Designer 2013 to alter the default appearance of SharePoint websites and brand them for your business.
Learn how to create, edit, and share Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote documents with Office Online.
Be your organization's SharePoint site champion. Learn how to create and export libraries, override checkouts, manage permissions, work with webpages, and create views in SharePoint 2010.
Design workflows that boost your team's productivity with SharePoint Designer.
Get up and running with Skype, the tool for calling, video chatting, messaging, and sharing with others—wherever you are.
Learn how to conference, collaborate, and share screens with Lync.
Create and publish sophisticated electronic forms using the latest version of the Microsoft form-creation tool InfoPath.
Dive in and explore what's new in SharePoint 2013, including enhancements to social networking, sharing, libraries, templates, and search.
Discover how to manage your documents more efficiently with SharePoint 2010.
Edit and customize web sites created with the SharePoint 2010 platform.
Use SharePoint Designer to create rich, highly visual web pages in SharePoint that connect, read, and even update information stored externally.
Walks through the first few hours a new user will spend with SharePoint working with Web sites, communities, content, and search.
Highlights the new tools and user interface enhancements Microsoft includes in the 2010 version of SharePoint Server.
Explores using SharePoint Designer 2007 to alter the default appearance of SharePoint web sites.
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