In the seven courses of the library called Microsoft Office 2013 – New Features, we are presenting the major changes and improvements brought to the most popular programmes of the Microsoft Office 2013 suite.
The course will provide you a chance to briefly familiarise yourself even with Microsoft Publisher.
MS OFFICE 2013 – NEW FEATURES
In the lessons dedicated to Microsoft Word, you will get acquainted, among other things, with the improved views of documents and the option to collapse the chapters of a structured document.
The most significant feature presented in the new version of the programme is the possibility to open and edit PDF files directly in Word.
In Microsoft Excel, you will try the instant data analysis and the improved filtering of data by using slicers.
Microsoft PowerPoint has brought several new tools, which you can use when delivering a presentation or editing graphic objects. You will also try the option for launching a discussion via comments and working with the Format pane.
Microsoft Access is focused mainly on the offer of templates and new web apps that can be edited online. In Microsoft Outlook, you will try to work with the newly organised Navigation Pane and its “peeks” or the adjusted message and contact views.
List of Courses :
What’s new in Microsoft Office 2013
What’s new in Microsoft Word 2013
What’s new in Microsoft Excel 2013
What’s new in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
What’s new in Microsoft Outlook 2013
What’s new in Microsoft Access 2013
What’s new in Microsoft Publisher 2013
WHAT’S NEW IN MICROSOFT OFFICE 2013
You will familiarise yourself with the welcome screen that is displayed after launching any of the programs, where you will learn to search for templates.
The new version will provide you a new Save As and Open commands for saving and opening your files. You will also learn to work with the innovated Share command, which enables you to choose among all the modes of sharing files via other programs from one place.
At the end,you can store the data on cloud in which storage is not physically present on your computer but you have access to its content any time you are on-line.