Everything You Need to Master Microsoft Office

This week we showed you how to get started quickly, get the most out of and master each application in Microsoft Office. Perhaps you missed one of them, or you want a quick guide to all of them. Here you go.

How to master Microsoft Office Word

Microsoft Word is by far the largest and most popular word processing program, but it does much more than just edit text and TPS reports. If you’ve told yourself that you’re finally going to learn the ins and outs of Word, now is the time to learn how to edit styles, add a table of contents, and more.

How to master Microsoft Office Excel

Spreadsheets are a data-centric nerd’s dream. For most ordinary people, however, they are a complex mess. Fortunately, this is not necessary. Here’s how to bring data to your will with Microsoft Excel 2016.

How to master Microsoft Office PowerPoint

PowerPoint allows you to quickly merge presentations, but slideshows can be dull and boring if you only know the basics. It’s time to learn how to customize templates, add animations and slide transitions, take notes on slides, and more.

How to master Microsoft Office Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is the de facto email and calendar client in most offices and helps you manage your tasks and notes. In addition to simply clicking the Send and Receive button, there are many things you can do to improve your Outlook workflow, such as sharing your calendar, automatically filtering email messages, and more.

How to master Microsoft Office OneNote

Microsoft OneNote has been one of our favorite note-taking apps for years, and it keeps getting better. The application is completely free to install on your Mac or Windows desktop and allows you to format your notes in any way you like in the intuitive interface of your digital laptop. Here’s how to get started with OneNote and take your notes to the next level.

The week of Microsoft Office is over! Whether you love it or hate it, are a proud spreadsheet ninja, or use something other than Outlook behind your boss’s back, Office is the largest productivity suite in the world. If you’re lucky, these tips can help you work smarter, be more productive, and do more so you have time to do other things you really want to do.


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