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Office.com receives over 3,000 customer messages a week-and we dig through them all. In this webinar, we bring you answers to the top questions and comments about the new Office and Office 365 Home Premium.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar
Every couple weeks we round up industry news and articles you might have missed. Read on for our latest selections.
According to Felicity Huffman, "If Office 365 is like having your office travel around with you, OneNote is like having an office assistant combined with my own personal tutor right there in my big Mom bag that I carry around everywhere." Read on to find out how Felicity uses OneNote to keep everything straight and how to enter her Mother's Day Giveaway of four Surface RT tablets, all equipped with Office 2013 Home and Student RT with OneNote 2013 RT and other Office 2013 RT applications.
One of the improvements we made for Office 2013 to the way users work with Charts in Word and PowerPoint is to make the data grid easier to use and less intrusive. Now the data grid is displayed in a streamlined small input window that floats above the chart. Read on to find out more about these improvements.
Visually displaying always up-to-date information on clearly laid out diagrams helps to communicate information effectively. In this post, we will see how to connect data from external sources to a diagram. Associating data with shapes on a diagram does not require any code. Learn how to use the simple wizard which guides you through linking your data source to your diagram.
This week marks the second in a three part series, as hosts Jeremy Chapman and Yoni Kirsh, explore potential workarounds for your Office configuration, from removing and blocking applications such as Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Access and Lync that come with the new Office 365 ProPlus, using multiple languages, disabling the first run video to changing update properties and much more. Hear too from our lead Office set-up engineer, Paul Barr.
Learn about Visio, a program designed to help you make diagrams for flowcharts, room layouts, timelines, organizational charts and a lot more. We’ll start at the key of Visio: understanding how its shapes work.
Guest blogger Emily Warn is a writer and confirmed Excel geek. In this post, she demonstrates how to use the new Quick Analysis feature in Excel 2013 to create a spreadsheet with book sales numbers that can be sorted by name and number in order to make data tell a story by presenting it visually.
Visio offers over 60 types of professional templates to build compelling diagrams, and organization charts are among most frequently created. Visio organization charts are simple and visual, but what if you want to connect them to key business indicators your organization is tracking, such as sales by region or department or budget by department, vacation status, training reports? Sometimes this information is located in another source such as Excel or a complex database. Data-linked diagrams let you add data to Visio diagrams—no code required--and anyone in an organization can quickly create such dashboards to get better insights into data using Visio Professional 2013 or Visio Pro for Office 365.
Whether you are a novice user of Microsoft Project 2013 or you want to learn about IT Professional or developer topics, please consider our new quick start training for Project 2013--it's free and available on demand.