Learn how to create surveys and quizzes quickly and easily with Microsoft Forms, which comes bundled in the Office 365 suite. This tool is irreplaceable when organizing events for delegate registration, polls, surveys, feedback and more. Paul will be showing you how to create a basic survey, including how to add different question types—multiple choice, open-ended text, rating, and more—add ranking options, and allow for file uploads.
Once you've learned to create a basic survey or quiz, you can learn how to edit forms, share them with other users, adjust themes, and preview how your form will look on different platforms. Finally, we’ll look at how to view and analyze your results.
After the session you’ll be able to:
Bonus Handout: Top 10 Microsoft Form Tips
About Paul Pennant: Paul has been helping Assistants and other Office Professionals to excel in their roles, increase productivity, and boost their confidence for over 17 years. He started Today’s PA in 2005 with a clear vision: to take his own experiences as a PA, office manager, and business director and create training courses that meet the challenging real-world needs and aspirations of modern business professionals. Today’s PA was named “Best Assistant Training Provider in the UK” seven years running, having been voted for by thousands of PAs and EAs in the PA Voice Awards.
Paul has personally taught Assistants from over 4,000 companies in over 80 countries around the world. He is a certified Microsoft Office trainer, and his goal is to increase your productivity through more effective use of Microsoft Office products. He specializes in highly practical and effective training on Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Teams, Forms, and Planner. Paul’s mission is to help his customers make the most of their Microsoft software by teaching them the tips and tricks they need to save time, money, and their sanity.
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