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End user training resources for Office 2013 and Office 365

Office 2013
 

Applies to: Office 365 ProPlus, Office 2013

Topic Last Modified: 2014-02-24

Summary: Helps users in your organization find free training resources so they can learn about Office 365 and Office 2013 applications.

Audience: IT Pros

This article contains links to end-user training resources. To download a Quick Start Guide, you must have the free Adobe Reader installed. To view a "Make the switch to" video course, you can use the free PowerPoint Viewer.

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The following table contains lists of training resources for Office 365 and for all the Office 2013 applications.

Training resources for Office

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Office 365

If your organization signed up for Office 365 and you need to start reading email, sharing documents, and more, see the following resources to get started with Office 365:

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Office 365 videos

The following Office 365 videos are available:

For more videos, see Training courses for Office 365 for business.

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Office 2013 suite

See the Office 2013 clean, new look. The features that you know and use are still there—together with some new features that are big time savers. To get started with Office 2013, see the following resources:

Access 2013

Access 2013

Access 2013 apps are built for the web for easier sharing and collaboration. Access Web App is a new type of database that you build in Access, then use and share with others as a SharePoint app in a web browser. To learn about Access 2013 see the following resources:

Excel 2013

Excel 2013

Excel 2013 has a brand-new look and it's also designed to help you get professional-looking results quickly. To learn about new features in Excel 2013, see the following resources:

Lync 2013

Lync 2013

To learn about getting started with IM, presence, and contacts, and how to set up, join, or share during a Lync 2013 meeting or set up your audio and video, see the following resources:

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Office Online

Office Online is a part of most Office 365 plans. Depending on the Office 365 plan that you purchase, you can use view and edit documents on the web. To learn about Office Online, see the following resources:

OneNote 2013

OneNote 2013

OneNote 2013 has a fresh, clean look. It is fully integrated with the cloud to enable you to free your files from your computer’s hard disk drives so that your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go, on almost any mobile device, tablet, or browser. To learn about OneNote 2013 see the following resources:

Outlook 2013

Outlook 2013

Outlook 2013 has a brand-new look that is cleaner, and helps you focus on what’s important by providing a clear view of email, calendars, and contacts. To learn about Outlook 2013 see the following resources:

PowerPoint 2013

PowerPoint 2013

PowerPoint 2013 has a brand-new look and is optimized for use on tablets and phones so that you can swipe and tap your way through presentations. To learn about PowerPoint 2013 see the following resources:

Project 2013

Project 2013

Project 2013 is a brand-new look and features that include a new set of customizable reports, built-in Lync features, and a task path feature that enables you to highlight how tasks interlink in complex projects. To learn about Project 2013 see the following resources:

Publisher 2013

Publisher 2013

Publisher 2013 provides new ways to work with your pictures. You can use the new picture and text effects to move or swap pictures, and add visual effects to your publications. To learn about Publisher 2013 see the following resources:

Visio 2013

Visio 2013

Visio 2013 has updated diagram templates, new styles, themes, and other useful tools to help you cut the time, you spend drawing. You’ll also find more ways to collaborate on Visio diagrams, and new commenting features. To learn about Visio 2013 see the following resources:

Word 2013

Word 2013

Word 2013 allows you to add an online video, open and edit a PDF file, and easily align pictures and diagrams. The new Read Mode works really well on tablets. Word includes improved collaboration features, and has direct connections to your online spaces and streamlined review features such as Simple Markup and comments. To learn about Word 2013 see the following resources:

Users who are new to Office with Windows 8 on a touch screen can learn about touch and gestures in the Office Touch Guide.

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