Jedná se o poměrně krátké webináře o délce cca 15 minut, kde vám jsou představeny ale funkce (a jejich využití), o kterých jste možná ani neměli ponětí. A pokud už jste nějaký takový seminář nestihli a chcete se podívat na záznam těch minulých, popř. zjistit, jaká témata se přednášela, najdete jej v tabulce níže.
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See how this private social network helps your company stay connected, share information & ideas. Free advance registration now open.
A tour of the free OneNote App for iPad, your digital notebook for capturing what’s important.
How to do them and our guest, presentation expert Rick Altman, will show you ways to avoid them.
Here are very quick tips that can save you a minute, or even hours in many Office programs.
January 7, 2014
Here is some of our best content for the things you want to learn this year including handle your email, working with Pivot tables. Ask us live, we’ll show you where to start.
No webinars for the holidays.
|Two stocking stuffers: some free downloads that can make your computer more productive: the new Office Remote and the veteran Mouse Without Borders.|
We’ll look at all of our webinars of 2013 and pick out the best, speediest, coolest, and most worthwhile tips for you.
For touch devices, the Windows Store App for Windows 8 has some great new features including capturing (and searching) pictures and whiteboard captures.
Excel Web App
See how to work with others at the same time using the Excel Web App, plus see the most recent features.
Word Web App
|Here’s how to use the free Office Web Apps, share documents, and the latest features for Word.|
How OneNote can be used to keep track of those lists you are checking twice, a big project, or even tag To Do’s in Outlook.
If you’ve never used Access before, this webinar will get you up and running in just 15 minutes.
Office 365 is now available as a donation to qualified nonprofits. Find out what you can get and how.
We’ll give you some ace tips for completing that term paper, including formatting and references.
Animations can help drive a point home, but if you’re not careful, they also can seem so silly your audience will feel like 6-year-olds.
Some simple reminders you can do at your computer to make sure things like wrists, backs, and eyes stay comfortable, plus some hardware to help.
After you’ve created your tasks and work estimates, it’s time to set a baseline before the project gets rolling.
Learn how Office 365 subscribers can work with Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents with their Android phones.
How you can skip slides, use a pointer, and see your notes privately while presenting.
We’ve put together the information medium to large companies need to roll out Office 365 to their employees.
Let’s do some organizing before the Project officially kicks off. We’ll cover milestones, subtasks, and timelines.
How Lync 2013 works in meetings including white boards and polls. Plus a look behind-the-scenes look of how we do a webinar on Lync.
The benefits include moving large sections, changing looks instantly, and building a table of contents.
Get ready to be bowled over by a huge flood of awesome tips and tricks that’ll save you gobs of time.
Use Outlook to manage your family’s birthdays, soccer games, and social events. Different colors for different people. View by week, or by month.
Office Web Apps/SkyDrive
The latest features plus a review of how to get started with the free browser-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
OneNote, Office Web Apps
Get your OneNote shipshape for the upcoming year, how to work on the dreaded team project, plus discounts for students & teachers.
Learn how to access, view and edit your Office documents with this new app for iPhone users.
We covered the basics last time. Now let’s go deeper into adding resources and tracking progress.
As summer heats up, will show you how to track you plans in OneNote, including a free download. Plus we’ll with chat with travel blogger Kristin Luna from Camels & Chocolate and answer your travel questions.
We’ll demo the basics of Microsoft Project so that you can get a project done on time, on budget, and hopefully stress free too.
Conditional formatting, Quick Analysis feature & making better charts for presentations
This two-hour special is online at the Microsoft Virtual Academy and requires free registration at their site. This fast-pace course is designed for technology professionals looking to use OneNote more. Video also available at Channel 9.
Business and educators using Office365 can access and sync documents. Also learn of the free version of Office 365 for educators.
SkyDrive is not just for the web browser. You can also download a handy desktop app that appears right alongside your computer’s files and folders.
We’ll show you the most successful training courses available for free at Office.com. Also professional trainer Vickie Sokel Evans will share her favorite tips.
Store documents, create team sites, and learn the ropes of an Office 365 SharePoint site for business.
Office 365 Home Premium
We’ve been collecting your questions and comments about the new Office that you have left us at Office.com. We’ll dig through the top items including installing Office on multiple devices.
Creating top notch diagrams is easy, that is, when you’ve got a grasp on the fundamentals of Visio shapes. We’ll cover those, plus we’ll show you some tips and tricks for working with shapes.
Office Web Apps
Anyone can use these free online companions to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, & OneNote. You might be surprised by all the features, plus show off some of the new ones.
OneNote can quickly capture your notes and ideas. Here’s a few ways you can share your notebooks, even on mobile devices and iPads.
Windows 8 + Office
We’ll go over some shortcuts and new ways to deal with your Office documents on Windows 8.
PowerPoint & Visio
A staple of business–the org chart–can be done in Office. We’ll even show you the advantages of using Visio.
Want to place your calendar next to your work one? We’ll show you how and import other calendars into Outlook.
Working with a huge spreadsheet? We can show ways to master all that real estate.
Office 365 Small Business
On February 27 Office 365 for small and large businesses goes on sale. We’ll show you the advantages of buying (or trying) it and some of the new features.
We’ll show you the value of creating a Slide Master when making a PowerPoint deck.
MVPs are independent third-party professionals that Microsoft recognizes for their exceptional achievements. We will get their tips for Office and Windows.
Office 365 Home Premium
A Monday afternoon special from the MVP Conference in Redmond. We’ll be presenting a regular webinar on favorite features in the new version of Office.
Get that Word doc looking the way you want with different size margins and other formatting advice.
Word & Publisher
Need a business card quickly? We’ll show you how to make one in Word–plus offer ways to make them more vital. Also: why you should try creating in Publisher.
Office 365 Home Premium
The features and benefits of subscribing to Office 365 Home Premium you’ll want to know about.
Adding sounds to a presentation can and impact or becoming annoying. We’ll show you how to tastefully add sounds including how to trigger them with animations.
Word, PowerPoint & Outlook
Insert and adjust photos, remove background, enlarge pictures and wrap around text. Plus a new tool in PowerPoint 2013.
We’ll dive into the tools in Word to polish your document spit-spot. We’ll show how to change AutoCorrect and Proofing options.
How to work with the Review tab in Word, including Track Changes. Plus, a look at the upgrades in Word 2013.