Duration : 60 minutes
Office 2010 enables you to access your files from anywhere using a phone, or a Web-enabled computer or device. Office Web Apps and Office Mobile are two of the features that help to provide this access. Office Web Apps are online extensions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote that allow you to view and edit files stored in Windows Live SkyDrive, on your organization's SharePoint implementation, or on SharePoint Online. The Office Web Apps can also be used to create documents, presentations, workbooks, and notebooks within a browser. Office Mobile allows you to use your phone to access several of the Office applications, and allows you to access and edit documents, presentations, and workbooks. Office Mobile also provides additional support for common mobile phone features, such as touching and flicking. Publisher 2010 allows you to create high-quality publication materials, such as brochures and newsletters. This course introduces the new Web Apps for Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. It also explores the new features and enhancements to the Office Mobile products, such as enhanced editing, increased font support, PowerPoint’s new Presentation Companion, and Outlook conversations, as well as the introduction of SharePoint Mobile. In addition, this course covers the new features and enhancements in the interface and workspace, image editing, text formatting, printing, and sharing in Publisher 2010.
- use Office 2010 Web Apps to access Office files
- use new and enhanced features to create professional high-quality desktop publications
- use Web Apps to edit a workbook and create a new document
- use Publisher 2010 to open, edit, and preview a specified template
- identify the new and enhanced features in Office Mobile 2010 applications