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Make the leap from Office 2007 to Office 2016, and take advantage of the latest features and performance improvements in Microsoft's popular productivity suite.
Learn how to upgrade to Office 2016 while migrating all your important files, preferences, and settings from Office 2013 intact.
Upgrading Office? Get used to the new interface and latest features in Office 2016, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Get a tour of the Microsoft's cloud-based Office software, Office 365, from the perspectives of both an end user and an administrator.
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Become a PowerPoint for Mac power user. Get over 30 timesaving shortcuts that will help you create more engaging presentations quickly and easily.
Learn how to create, format, share, and print a wide variety of documents in Word 2016.
Explore basic and advanced features in Articulate Storyline 2. Learn how to create interactive e-learning courses and add quizzes.
Become a Microsoft PowerPoint power user. Learn the shortcuts that will help you save time, be more productive, and create more engaging PowerPoint presentations.
Make the switch from Windows to Mac. Learn about the similarities and differences between the two operating systems, and find out how to transfer files from a Windows 10 PC to Mac.
Get a quick, safe, step-by-step approach to upgrading Windows from version 8 or 8.1 to 10.
Master the intricacies of Visio 2016, Microsoft's powerful diagramming software.
Learn how to upgrade to Windows 10. Get a quick, safe, step-by-step approach for upgrading and migrating your files and preferences from Windows 7.
Expert David Rivers shares Windows 10 tips and shortcuts for working more efficiently in Windows 10.
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 the Office 365 for Mac version of Excel, including how to use functions, format data, and collaborate with others.
Learn how to quickly become productive with Excel for Mac 2016, including how to use functions, format data, and collaborate with others.
Offers Office 365 subscribers in-depth instruction in the core features and tools in Publisher 2016.
In-depth instruction in the core features and tools in Publisher 2016.
Learn how to create, format, share, and print a wide variety of documents in the Office 365 version of Word.
Learn how to use OneNote 2016 to create, edit, and save important notes.
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 how to use the Office 365 version of OneNote 2016 to create, edit, and save notes.
Learn how to create, format, collaborate on, and print a wide variety of documents in Microsoft Word for Mac 2016.
Learn how to create, format, collaborate on, and print a wide variety of documents in the Office 365 for Mac version of Microsoft Word.
Learn how to use OneNote 2016—included in Office 365 for Mac—to create, edit, and save important notes.
Learn how to use OneNote for Mac 2016 to create, edit, and save important notes.
Learn how to use OneNote, the popular note-taking and sharing app, to get and stay organized.
Master the intricacies of Visio 2013, the powerful diagramming and vector graphics software. Learn to create org charts, floor plans, prototypes, and more.
Take a look at all the features and enhancements in Microsoft's new Office for Mac 2016 suite.
Start creating cloud-based training using Lectora Online, an elearning authoring tool that combines the power of Lectora Inspire with cloud collaboration tools.
Learn to harness the power of Evernote, the popular cloud-based note-taking and note-sharing tool.
Start building interactive online courses with Articulate Storyline 2, the popular elearning-authoring tool.
Learn how to use Dragon NaturallySpeaking, the leading speech-recognition software, for everything from dictating text to controlling your PC.
Create your own brochures, newsletters, menus, postcards, and more, and prepare them to print, email, or post on the web, with Publisher 2013.
Get a new Microsoft Office tip every Tuesday. Take a five-minute break to improve your productivity and efficiency.
Get an inside look at what goes into a lynda.com course. We interview David Rivers, author of 100+ lynda.com titles, about his course-creation process and his career as an elearning expert.
Ensure that everyone can access, use, and benefit from your Microsoft Office documents by implementing these accessibility best practices from David Rivers.
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See how to get the most out of PowerPoint 2013, while learning cool tricks for making your presentations dazzle.
Discover the fundamentals of screencasting and elearning, and compare the most popular tools, including Captivate, Articulate Studio, Articulate Storyline, Lectora, and Camtasia.
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