These free Microsoft Office 365 Tutorials are provided to you by Microsoft to help make learning the Microsoft Office Applications fun and easy. Use these tutorials as a supplement to your Office Skills Training Classes.
f you're new to Microsoft Office 2016, these printable guides from microsoft.com contain useful tips, shortcuts, and screenshots to help you find your way around.
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Office 2016 Quick Start Guides - you can download the PDF or view them in Sway.
What's New in Word 2016: View some of the top new features in Word 2016
Getting Started with Word 2016: In this course, you'll learn how to create a blank document or one based on a template, select and format text, create bulleted and numbered lists, change text alignment, and change line spacing. You'll also learn how to add headers and footers, change page numbers in headers and footers and add pictures and tables to a document.
Make the Switch to Word 2013 - Get started with the new version to see how to do everyday tasks.
A look at Word 2013. Get an in depth look at Word 2013: from starting it up, to saving your file. Also learn how to convert your .doc file to a .docx file.
Create your first Word 2013 Document - Create a blank document and learn the basics of adding and formatting text.
Save, Publish and Share your Documents - Save your file either to your computer, or to an online service like SkyDrive. Then find out how to share it with others, even if they have an older version of Office.
Format a resume with a template. Here’s how to download and use a template to create a sharp resume. We’ll show how you can cut and paste parts of your old resume and make the fonts and spacing look perfect.
Tools for better resumes - Learn how how to add the right words in your resume so it can get discovered online. Plus some other tools for fine-tuning your resume with a thesaurus plus some other hints.
Format a resume using tables: If you are formatting a lot of text, like in a resume, using a table looks odd, but helps you organize and align content very quickly.
What's New in Excel 2016: View some of the top new features in Excel 2016
Getting Started with Excel 2016: In this course, you'll learn how to create a workbook, work with worksheets, create a basic chart and save your workbook.
Time Saving Features in Excel: In this short course, you'll learn about Flash Fill and Quick Analysis?
What's New in Excel 2013 - Find out about the new features in Excel 2013.
Create your First Excel 2013 Workbook: The best way to learn about Excel 2013 is to start using it. Create a blank workbook and learn the basics of working with columns, cells, and data.
Basic Tasks in Excel 2013: Learn the basic steps to get you started putting your data in cells and grouping them in rows and columns. This will allow you to add up your data, sort and filter it, put it in tables, and build great-looking charts
What's New in PowerPoint 2016: View the top features in PowerPoint 2016.
Getting Started with PowerPoint 2016. In this course, you'll learn the lay of the land including types of slides, design elements, and what’s new Inserting text and images. You'll also learn how to saving your presentation and how to share it.
Make the Switch to PowerPoint 2013: Get started with the new version to see how to do everyday tasks.
Create your First PowerPoint 2013 Presentation: Create a blank presentation and learn the basics of how to work with it.
Basic Tasks for Creating a PowerPoint Presentation: PowerPoint presentations work like slide shows. To convey a message or a story, you break it down into slides. Think of each slide as a blank canvas for the pictures, words, and shapes that will help you build your story.
Getting Started with Outlook 2016: In this course, you'll learn how to set up your first email account, compose and send emails, use links to share items in email, view only unread emails, reply to emails and search email. You'll also learn how to create a signature for your emails.
Make the Switch to Outlook 2013: Get started with the new version to see how to do everyday tasks.
Outlook Calendar Basics: Get familiar with the calendar in Outlook 2013. You can keep things simple, or use Outlook to manage complex meetings and schedules.
Add and Use Contacts: Organize and keep track of people you know with Outlook contacts, which work like a personal address book.
Make the Switch to Access 2013: Get started with the new version to see how to do everyday tasks.
Create your First Access 2013 Database: Create an Access 2013 database in just minutes by using a template. Access gives you templates that run on your computer or in the cloud.
Intro to Access 2013 Webinar by Microsoft: You’ll learn how to create your first database in Access.
Introduction to Access Queries: This course explains the types of queries, how to create Select queries, and use criteria, joins, and intermediate tables.