Most offices use Microsoft applications, especially Outlook, OneNote, Excel, and PowerPoint. This bundle of webinars is built to give you the edge on the different Office apps. Maximize the tools you use daily and eliminate unnecessary work.
In the beginning, there was SharePoint - Microsoft's tool for sharing and collaborating on files with your coworkers. Over the last five years, they've now introduced tools like Teams and Office 365 Groups, and your choices have gotten more complicated. If you have an Office 365 subscription, it's vital that you understand what each of these tools are good for, and what your organization can use to improve your processes.
When you support executives, you are likely to receive lots of PowerPoint presentations that are “stitched” together by various departments. As long as they jam all the content in, they think they are done. We know better! To make the content presentable to the board or others in your organization, you have to a lot of “fixing” first.
• The secret to saving templates so they are easy to apply
• How to make the presentation optimized for the web
• How to ensure the look is related throughout
• Quick tips to teach the boss for when presenting
• How to make videos play right the first time and much more!
Start managing the process and not the content. Learn how to use collaborative tools within the Microsoft ecosystem to seamlessly manage meetings and master meeting minutes using the powerful integration between Outlook and OneNote.
Microsoft Excel is more than just a great spreadsheet program—it’s a powerful tool for organizing and analyzing information. Excel is also a major source of frustration when new data arrives in formats, fields, and columns that aren't so helpful.
Trying to find one tool that everyone can use to collaborate on a project? Learn about the new tool that’s now free from Microsoft and compatible with just about every device on the planet. Even if you’re already familiar with OneNote, this webinar will help you to up your game with tips and tools to really make your notebooks do the heavy lifting.