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Using Office 365: Mastering Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher and OneNote (Que Video)

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  • Copyright 2016
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-449685-X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-449685-6

8+ Hours of Video Instruction

Using Office 365: Mastering Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher, and OneNote is an easy-to-understand, but comprehensive, 8+ hour video course that introduces viewers to the suite of apps that make up Office 365 and then explains exactly how to use these apps, including all the new features added as part of Office 2016.

Skill Level

  • Beginner-Intermediate

What You Will Learn
  • How to effectively utilize the applications included in Office 365
  • The tips and tricks you need to know to be as efficient as possible in working with each application
  • Which tasks are best performed by each application
  • Everything its takes to become comfortable working with Office 365
  • Why Office 365 is an excellent tool for increasing your productivity

Who Should Take This Course
  • Anyone looking for a practical introduction to Office 365 to quickly become proficient at Microsoft Office 2016 products

Course Requirements
  • None

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Table of Contents
Part 1: Creating Documents with Word
In Part 1, you’ll learn how to use the Office 365 version of Microsoft Word. You’ll learn how to create new documents and how to open and work with existing documents. You’ll learn multiple editing techniques. We’ll explore different ways that you can format your text, paragraphs, and pages. You’ll also become comfortable working with the various document layout and printing features. We’ll then wrap things up by looking at some exciting Word features: including graphics and videos in your documents, utilizing mail merge, saving documents as PDFs, and creating a table of contents.

Part 2: Building Spreadsheets with Excel
In Part 2, you’ll learn how to use the Office 365 version of Microsoft Excel. We’ll begin by exploring the Excel environment. You’ll then get to know Backstage View. We’ll then delve right into the process of working with workbooks and worksheets. You’ll learn how to enter and format spreadsheet data, as well as how to work with formulas and functions. Next, we’ll explore three powerful and fun features: data management, charts, and graphics. Finally, you’ll learn how to print the Excel spreadsheets that you create.

Part 3: Presenting Information with PowerPoint
In Part 3, you’ll learn how to use the Office 365 version of Microsoft PowerPoint. You’ll start by learning all the basics of working with PowerPoint. You’ll see how you can easily insert shapes and other objects--such as charts and WordArt--into the slides that you create. Next, we’ll explore the process of applying and customizing templates. Then we’ll have some fun with graphics, sound, and video. Finally, you’ll learn how to customize the slide shows that you build.

Part 4: Building Notebooks with OneNote
In Part 4, you’ll learn how to use the Office 365 version of Microsoft OneNote. You’ll learn how to create and work with a Notebook. We’ll then explore the process of adding content to the Notebooks that you create. You’ll learn how to format your notes and how to add tables to your Notebooks. Finally, you’ll learn how to set up and print the Notebooks that you create.

Part 5: Utilizing Access to Work with Data
In Part 5, you’ll learn how to use the Office 365 version of Microsoft Access. You’ll learn how to create and work with databases. We’ll start by building tables and relationships. You’ll learn how to use queries to retrieve just the data that you need. We’ll then explore the process of creating data entry forms. Finally, you’ll see how easy it is to display your data in reports.

Part 6: Organizing and Communicating with Outlook
In Part 6, you’ll learn how to use the Office 365 version of Microsoft Outlook. You’ll become familiar with Outlook and its features. We’ll create and work with email messages. We’ll then explore how to use the Outlook calendar to help you become more productive. We’ll take a look at Outlook contacts and tasks. Finally, you’ll learns about some powerful Outlook features such as AutoArchive, Signatures, and Out of Office Replies.

Part 7: Creating Publications with Publisher
In Part 7, you’ll learn how to use the Office 365 version of Microsoft Publisher. We’ll begin by creating and working with publications. Then you’ll see how easy it is to add graphics to the publications that you build. You’ll learn how to work with master pages and the design checker, as well as how to utilize the page setup and print layout features of Publisher. We’ll have some fun with the drawing tools. Finally, you’ll learn how to export, share, and send the documents that you create.

Part 8: Special Topics
In Part 8, we’ll explore some Office 365 special topics. We’ll start by taking a look at how you can work with Office 365 offline. You’ll then learn how you can save your data to Microsoft OneDrive. Finally, we’ll get to know the various editions of Office 365 and what they each have to offer.

About Que Video
Que Video helps you learn technology efficiently with easy-to-follow video tutorials covering popular software apps, online games, and more. All Que videos are professionally produced and feature the highest quality step-by-step instruction designed by trusted authors and trainers from Que Publishing, an imprint of Pearson--the world’s leading learning company. View Que Videos at: http://www.quepublishing.com/quevideo

Sample Content

Table of Contents

Using Office 365 (Introduction video)

Part 1: Creating Documents with Word
    1.1. Creating and Working with Documents
    1.2. Editing Your Text
    1.3. Formatting Text
    1.4. Formatting Paragraphs
    1.5. Formatting Pages
    1.6. Getting to Know the Document Layout and Printing Features
    1.7. Adding and Working with Pictures and WordArt
    1.8. Working with Mail Merge, PDF Documents, and Tables of Contents

 Part 2: Building Spreadsheets with Excel
    2.1. Getting to Know the Excel Environment
    2.2. Working with Backstage View
    2.3. Exploiting the Power of Workbooks and Worksheets
    2.4. Entering Data
    2.5. Formatting Data
    2.6. Using Formulas and Functions
    2.7. Exploring the Power of Data Management Features
    2.8. Enhancing Your Spreadsheets with Charts and Graphics
    2.9. Optimizing Printing Techniques

Part 3: Presenting Information with PowerPoint
    3.1. Exploring the Basics
    3.2. Working with Presentations
    3.3. Applying and Customizing Templates
    3.4. Illustrating with Charts, Shapes, and WordArt
    3.5. Applying and Customizing Templates
    3.6. Incorporating Graphics, Sound, and Video
    3.7. Customizing Slide Shows
    3.8. Playing Your Slide Shows

Part 4: Building Notebooks with OneNote
    4.1. Getting Started with OneNote
    4.2. Creating and Working with a Notebook
    4.3. Adding Content
    4.4. Exporting Notebook Data to Other Formats

Part 5: Utilizing Access to Work with Data
    5.1. Building Tables
    5.2. Establishing Relationships
    5.3. Retrieving Data with Queries
    5.4. Creating Forms
    5.5. Outputting Data with Reports

Part 6: Organizing and Communicating with Outlook
    6.1. Familiarizing Yourself with the Basics
    6.2. Creating and Working with Email Messages
    6.3. Increasing Productivity with the Calendar
    6.4. Keeping Track of Your Contacts
    6.5. Working with Tasks
    6.6. Exploring Signatures and Out of Office Replies

Part 7: Creating Publications with Publisher
    7.1. Creating and Working with Publications
    7.2. Working with Text
    7.3. Adding Graphics to Your Publications
    7.4. Utilizing the Drawing Tools
    7.5. Working with Master Pages
    7.6. Utilizing the Design Checker
    7.7. Working with Page Setup and Print Layout
    7.8. Learning How to Export Your Publications

Part 8: Special Topics
    8.1. Working with Office Online
    8.2. Saving Your Data to OneDrive
    8.3. Collaborating with Other Users


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