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Office 2016 First Look
Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Functionality and Collaboration
Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Modern Productivity

Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Functionality and Collaboration

Course Number:
mo_wnot_a02_dt_enus
Lesson Objectives

Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Functionality and Collaboration

  • start the course
  • recognize and use the Getting Started experience, Visio Shapes panel, and the new building and electrical stencils
  • use the Multiple Timeline feature in Project 2016
  • use and identify the new attachment options in Outlook
  • identify the Cloud Attachment feature and recognize the small portrait screen layout functionality
  • recognize and use the Clutter and People Suggestion search feature
  • recognize the new look and feel of Skype for Business
  • recognize and use the Call Monitor feature in Skype for Business
  • recognize and use the improved Skype for Business call controls
  • use emoticons in Skype for Business
  • use the Skype for Business search to locate and add internal and external contacts

Overview/Description
Office 2016 offers a suite of applications that helps businesses and end users automate common tasks such as creating documents, spreadsheets, and e-mail messages; managing projects and diagrams; and collaborating with others. In this course, you will learn about some of the new functionality and collaboration features available in Office 2016 applications such as Outlook, Project, Visio, and Skype for Business.

Target Audience
IT administrators and desktop users who would like to gain information on the new features of Microsoft Office 2016

Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Functionality and Collaboration

Course Number:
mo_wnot_a02_dt_enus
Lesson Objectives

Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Functionality and Collaboration

  • start the course
  • recognize and use the Getting Started experience, Visio Shapes panel, and the new building and electrical stencils
  • use the Multiple Timeline feature in Project 2016
  • use and identify the new attachment options in Outlook
  • identify the Cloud Attachment feature and recognize the small portrait screen layout functionality
  • recognize and use the Clutter and People Suggestion search feature
  • recognize the new look and feel of Skype for Business
  • recognize and use the Call Monitor feature in Skype for Business
  • recognize and use the improved Skype for Business call controls
  • use emoticons in Skype for Business
  • use the Skype for Business search to locate and add internal and external contacts

Overview/Description
Office 2016 offers a suite of applications that helps businesses and end users automate common tasks such as creating documents, spreadsheets, and e-mail messages; managing projects and diagrams; and collaborating with others. In this course, you will learn about some of the new functionality and collaboration features available in Office 2016 applications such as Outlook, Project, Visio, and Skype for Business.

Target Audience
IT administrators and desktop users who would like to gain information on the new features of Microsoft Office 2016

Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Modern Productivity

Course Number:
mo_wnot_a01_dt_enus
Lesson Objectives

Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Modern Productivity

  • start the course
  • identify and use the Tell Me feature
  • identify and apply new Office themes and Office updates
  • identify the new changes to the backstage interface
  • view documents in high resolution, edit documents quicker, and recognize the automatic image rotation feature
  • use the Math Input Control feature to write math equations using various input devices
  • identify the new ribbon and group changes in Excel
  • identify the PivotTables and Charts field search and integrated Power Query features in Excel
  • recognize the new forecast functions in Excel
  • identify and use the slicer Multi-Select feature in Excel
  • discover and configure the business intelligence features
  • configure time groupings in PivotTables
  • identify and use the PivotTable automatic relationship detection feature
  • recognize the real-time co-editing feature
  • describe and use the Insight feature

Overview/Description
Office 2016 offers a suite of applications that helps businesses and end users automate common tasks such as creating documents, spreadsheets, and e-mail messages; managing projects and diagrams; and collaborating with others. In this course you will learn about some of the new functionality and collaboration features available in Microsoft Office 2016 applications including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Access.

Target Audience
IT administrators and desktop users who would like to gain information on the new features of Microsoft Office 2016

Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Modern Productivity

Course Number:
mo_wnot_a01_dt_enus
Lesson Objectives

Microsoft Office 2016: First Look Modern Productivity

  • start the course
  • identify and use the Tell Me feature
  • identify and apply new Office themes and Office updates
  • identify the new changes to the backstage interface
  • view documents in high resolution, edit documents quicker, and recognize the automatic image rotation feature
  • use the Math Input Control feature to write math equations using various input devices
  • identify the new ribbon and group changes in Excel
  • identify the PivotTables and Charts field search and integrated Power Query features in Excel
  • recognize the new forecast functions in Excel
  • identify and use the slicer Multi-Select feature in Excel
  • discover and configure the business intelligence features
  • configure time groupings in PivotTables
  • identify and use the PivotTable automatic relationship detection feature
  • recognize the real-time co-editing feature
  • describe and use the Insight feature

Overview/Description
Office 2016 offers a suite of applications that helps businesses and end users automate common tasks such as creating documents, spreadsheets, and e-mail messages; managing projects and diagrams; and collaborating with others. In this course you will learn about some of the new functionality and collaboration features available in Microsoft Office 2016 applications including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Access.

Target Audience
IT administrators and desktop users who would like to gain information on the new features of Microsoft Office 2016

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