Whether you’re new to Microsoft Office 365 or consider yourself a pro at it, there are many, many free resources Microsoft offers to help you get the most from your Office 365 subscription.
The “What’s New” series for each of the applications you get with Microsoft Office 365 — Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote, Access and Publisher – offers an overview of new features in each app, writes Eric Ligman, Microsoft senior sales excellence manager. Meanwhile, “Quick Start Guides” give you a cheat sheet for Microsoft Office apps, so you can get up and running quickly if you’re new to the software.
Microsoft Virtual Academy offers free online courses that you can take from your home or office. There are several courses about Office 365, from “Introduction to Office 365” to “Business Intelligence in Office 365.”
There are also free video sessions online; all of them have been posted on the Office 365 YouTube Channel.
To learn more about these free resources and training programs, head over to the Microsoft Sales Excellence Manager’s blog.
You might also be interested in:
· OneNote now available for Mac and Windows for first time – and it’s free
· EuroShop shows off Microsoft Dynamics and Windows Embedded retail displays
· Broadband-ready 64GB Surface 2 (AT&T 4G LTE) goes on sale Tuesday
Microsoft News Center Staff