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Office 365 For Dummies

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Office 365 For Dummies.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Jennifer Reed(Author)

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The information you need to create a virtual office that can be accessed anywhere

Microsoft Office 365 is a revolutionary technology that allows individuals and companies of all sizes to create and maintain a virtual office in the cloud. Featuring familiar Office Professional applications, web apps, Exchange Online, and Lync Online, Office 365 offers business professionals added flexibility and an easy way to work on the go. This friendly guide explains the cloud, how Office 365 takes advantage of it, how to use the various components, and the many possibilities offered by Office 365. It provides just what you need to know to get up and running with this exciting new technology.

  • Examines how Microsoft Office 365 allows individual users and businesses to create a virtual office in the cloud, enabling workers to access its components anytime and from anywhere
  • Explains the cloud landscape and how Office 365 uses the technology to provide instant access to e–mail, documents, calendars, and contacts while maintaining information security
  • Covers each element of the Office 365 product, including Office Professional Plus, Exchange Online, SharePoint, and Lync Online
  • Shows how to take advantage of collaboration, instant messaging, audio/video conferencing, and online productivity tools

In the famous, friendly For Dummies way, this handy guide prepares you to get your head in the cloud and start making the most of Office 365.

Make Office 365 and the cloud crystal clear, and learn how they can help you and your business

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Book details

  • PDF | 336 pages
  • Jennifer Reed(Author)
  • John Wiley & Sons; 1 edition (9 Feb. 2012)
  • English
  • 7
  • Computing & Internet

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  • By Kindle Customer on 17 August 2016

    Was OK for some things, but not really orientated towards the non-networked user.

  • By storm on 20 March 2017

    Good reference

  • By Hunny on 19 May 2012

    I've started using Office365 and struggle with some of it. So I bought this book and was suprised at the quality. Looks like a rush job with spelling mistakes etc.I was not impressed with the content either, felt more like a sales pitch for Office365, kept telling me how great it is and what you can do with it - but not how to do it.I had in fact bought the wrong book as I realise what I struggle with is SharePoint. Have since bought 'How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Stephen Cawood' but not started reading it yet.

  • By Roger C on 27 October 2013

    Dreadful. The normal "** for dummies" book is a very useful and much more readable version of the user manual. Lots of tips and helpful guidance.However, this book is a rewrite of a Microsoft sales person's sales pitch for the Cloud and Microsoft products in general. If you want to know how to use or get more from Office 365 - this is not the book you want. How it got past the publisher of the "for dummies" series I have no idea.

  • By Precise Peter on 25 October 2013

    This book is propaganda for Microsoft. I have been using Office since 1995, but I could not make any sense of this book. Firstly, it is written in managerialese and not in English. Secondly, it is geared towards IT managers and not towards the individual user. Thirdly, it has little "How to do this" information. It certainly is not for Dummies and the publishers should be ashamed for having agreed to put it in their otherwise-excellent series.

  • By Norman Campbell on 15 August 2013

    This publication is written in a non technical way which makes it very easy for non-technical people to understand. I am able to do much more with Office 365 than I could with Office Home & Student.

  • By Mike DeeTee on 15 April 2015

    My other books in this series have been comprehensive 'starter' guides to the subjects covered.I wanted to 'learn' Office 365 as a newcomer to Office. This book assumes a non-dummy knowledge and is really a guide to business users: much advanced guidance on using Office 365 as a business tool. I am a new Windows 8.1 user with the Office software installed and needing to know what it offers and basically how to use it. The book doesn't help me...

  • By David Wright on 1 August 2013

    I bought Office 365 because I use Word and Excel on my home computer for personal items. As with other Microsoft 'for dummies' books the information is accurate and good but as before I find the authors expect a little too much of their readers. However with patience I nearly always find answers to my queries within the book. Quite like the book and it is up to similar standard as other 'FOR DUMMIES' books.

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