Office 365 is coming… Don’t panic - Prepare!

Prepare yourself and stand out in the crowd with your Office 365 knowledge!
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  • Lectures 58
  • Contents Video: 2.5 hours
    Other: 0 mins
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 9/2014 English

Course Description

This Office 365 course is designed for everyone working with Microsoft Office and not just limited to those who actually want to work with Office 365.

In just 2 hours and 20 minutes you will learn how to “get it done from anywhere” on a PC, Mac, phone or tablet. As an Office 365 expert, you will know everything you need to about the Outlook Web App. Team Sites allow you to work together on the same document in real-time. Making video or audio calls with Lync is a breeze after this course. You will be a pro at installing Office 365 on your mobile devices and using Onedrive for Cloud storage is simple and safe.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • The power of OneDrive
  • Document collaboration
  • Configuring and working with Web Apps
  • Configure and interact with mobile devices
  • Everything you need to know about Lync

What is the target audience?

  • Everyone who works with Microsoft Office

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.



A short overview of what will be presented in this course.

Section 1: Getting Started with Office 365

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this section.


Signing in to Office 365 is the first step you will take to use the program.


If you are new to using Office 365, you might not know where to begin. This video offers a helping hand.


Connect your Desktop Apps to Office 365 if you are working with Office 2007 or 2010. This allows you to work on your files with Office 365.


An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this lesson.

Section 1 Quiz
2 questions
Section 2: Collaborating with Shared Files

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this section.

Manage your documents by using the sort and filter options.
Manage your documents on the Team Site by adding and deleting documents to and from the Documents List.
Provides a quick and simple way to collaborate with your colleagues on shared documents.

Edit your Word documents quickly by using the Word Web App.


In this video you will learn how to edit a document from the Team Site in Word 2013.


One of the main benefits of using Office 365 is the simultaneous-editing feature which allows you and others to work on the same document at the same time.

When many people are working on the same file, to avoid confusion you can use the Check Out and Check In options.
View the most recent changes that others made to the file by following the document.

Gives you the chance to work on files whenever you like and where ever you are.


Control who you share a document with via OneDrive.


It’s a good idea to sync OneDrive documents to your computer as a backup copy in case you cannot connect to OneDrive.


An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this lesson.

3 questions

Quiz Description

Section 3: Using the Outlook Web App

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this section.


Adding your Office 365 mail account to Outlook 2013, saves you time from signing in to Office 365 every time you want to check your mail.


Use the Outlook Web App to send and receive email Messages.

Instructions for the following lecture.

Helps you stay in touch with your colleagues.


Manage your contacts by adding and removing them to and from your People list.


Helps you manage your contacts.


To better manage your schedule, it is a good idea to add appointments to your calendar.


Sharing your calendar is helpful when scheduling meetings with colleagues.


Helps you stay organized and keep track of your work schedule.


Whenever you are out of the office, your colleagues and partners won't feel that they are being ignored.


Changes the look and feel and helps give your environment a personal touch.


An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this lesson.

4 questions

Quiz Description

Section 4: Communicating with Microsoft Lync

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this lesson.


In this topic, you will learn how to open and close Lync 2013.


Lets others see your availability.


To quickly communicate with a colleague, add them to your contact list.


Organize your contacts by removing the ones you no longer communicate with.


There are different methods for organizing your Lync contacts, which helps you quickly get in touch with a colleague.


Restrict some of your contacts from viewing all of your contact details.


Do you have a question for a colleague? Send them an IM for the answer.


Quickly compose and send an email message to a Lync contact.


Need to talk to a colleague? Start an audio call.


Do you want to talk to a colleague face to face? Start a video call! Keep in mind that video is only provided if you have the required hardware.


Answer a call using the Call Alert.


Talk to multiple colleagues at one time by starting a conference call.


Start a meeting at any time, even if you haven't scheduled it.


Collaborate with your colleagues on a specific day.


Learn how to manage meeting invitations and how to join an online Meeting.


Collaborate on a file with all of the participants during the call.


Similar to a whiteboard in a physical conference room, you and your participants can use this during an online meeting to write down important details or ideas.


An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this section.

3 questions

Quiz Description

Section 5: Interacting with Mobile Devices

A brief introduction of what will be covered in this section.


Learn the basics of how to work with Office 365 on a Windows 8 Tablet.


No matter where you are you can always view your mail and calendar!


When your calendar or mail updates, you will receive a text notification.


When you are out of the office or away from your PC, you can still work on your documents!


An end of lesson summary of what was covered in this lesson.

2 questions

Quiz Description

Section 6: End of Course

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