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When thinking about how work life has changed in the eight years since Office 2003 was released, one aspect stands clear: many are not tied to a desk anymore. So let me show you how the Office Web Apps and Office 2010 deliver excellent tools for working remotely, including saving to the web, co-authoring documents, and broadcasting presentations.
This Office Casual video appeared yesterday in the post Office 2003 Turns Eight: Time to Upgrade. Below the video are links to the various Office 2010 features talk about in the video.
Over time, you have let me know Office Casual videos help you try something new with Office. To help you discover even more things and features you might not know about, I picked out my five favorite how-to videos—and added a little text about why they are favorites. I'd love to hear if you have a favorite.
1. How to make a business card in 90 seconds (debut: May 14, 2009)
When I made this video two and a half years ago, I was enough of a newbie to ask silly questions. I saw we advertised templates...
Your office is a sea of calendars. In this short video, I’ll show you how to get a handle on calendars with Office 365 and the Outlook Web App. You can also import other online calendars--like Gmail calendars—into the Outlook Web App. Watch:
Free trials are a great way to see the latest and greatest in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the other Office programs. However, here are a few things you want to consider before installing a free trial of Office (for personal use or for Office 365), especially if you are updating an older copy of Office. Let me show you in this short video.
A recent Office Show focuses on how small business can benefit from Office 365. In our fictional story, Tina & Laura are starting a dog washing business and I come in as Superman. Wait, that’s not right; I just had to handle the expository: explaining what is Office 365.
How’d I do? Watch this excerpt:
Today’s guest post concludes the dish from Jon Gluck--an entrepreneur, connector, and marketer extraordinaire--on how he gets his (digital) life together. I started reading Jon’s tweets and blog a few months ago and liked his mix of style and substance, including a deft homage to the advance poster for The Social Network as his Twitter icon (left). The first half of the post can be found here on the Office Casual blog. --Doug Thomas
Last week I showed you how shortcuts, folders, and productivity applications can help you discover your “inner administrator.” Here are three other ways I keep myself organized:
Whether you’re an entrepreneur like me with multiple projects on the go and others in the cooker, or a committed employee handling many tasks at once, your email inbox can quickly look like a labr...
You can't remember which folder you saved a document or spreadsheet
in. Sure, you could search for it, but lookie here: there's a shortcut
in Office programs to find the location fast. I'll show you it in this
Today we have a guest post from Jon Gluck; an entrepreneur, connector, and marketer extraordinaire I started reading on the web. I invited him to give us his take on what he does with technology. –Doug Thomas
A day in my shoes may not seem too appealing on paper, but I manage just fine. I manage in large part because of my intense passion for business but equally important are the organizational skills I've committed myself to mastering.
So, whether I’m at home in bed, at dinner with friends, or dutifully at my desk, my system never leaves my side. I never know when a grand idea will hit or when a time sensitive opportunity will infiltrate my inbox. I can’t fall victim to unpreparedness. What follows is my starter kit to discover your “inner administrator.” Here are three ways I keep myself organized...
Microsoft Word and PowerPoint come with lots of templates that will save you time formatting documents for different purposes; resumes, business cards, calendars, to name a few. But not all templates are created equal. Some built-in sample templates for Word and PowerPoint are actually several templates made into one. Let me give you a short tour of those sample templates in this video.