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New to Outlook 2016 or upgrading from a previous version? Use this guide to learn the basics.

Set up your account

You can use Outlook 2016 as soon as you enter your account info. On the ribbon, click File > Info and then click the Add Account button. Sign in with your preferred email address, or use the information provided by your company or school.

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New to Excel 2016 or upgrading from a previous version? Use this guide to learn the basics.

Create something

Begin with a Blank workbook to get right to work. Or save yourself a bunch of time by selecting and then customizing a template that resembles what you need. Click File > New, and then select or search for the template you want.

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Office 365 is now available across devices – access Office 365 applications on your PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone, work from virtually anywhere with 1TB of online storage (Tablet/Smartphone: Make sure you have downloaded the Microsoft app for your device.)

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Connect to the college wireless network.

Once you have connected to Sidmouth30, you will either be prompted to sign in using your username and password automatically, or when you first browse to a website as below.

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A useful resource offering guides and answers to many of the feature of Outlook 2010, 2013, Outlook Web App and Outlook 2011 for Mac. For many business users, Microsoft Outlook is the go-to client for email. That includes a good part of the more than 1 billion Office users worldwide.

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Web Print is a new feature which allows users of PaperCut to print a file from their laptop, Smartphone, or tablet device without the need for driver installation or setup.
To access Web Printing you can navigate to http://backup:9191/user in your browser or click on Details… on the Papercut Client window illustrated below:

You will then be presented with a login screen. You should use your standard network details to complete this form.

Then click on Web Print on the left hand side of the window.

You should then click on Submit a Job. At which point you will be presented with the following screen:

Select which printer is closest to you and thus which you would like the print job to be delivered to by clicking on the check box to the left of the correct name. Then click on the Print Options and Account Selection button to proceed to the next stage.

Then select the number of copies you require, being careful to avoid any unnecessary amount of prints.

Then proceed to click 3. Upload document:

You will then be able to Browse and choose a file to upload by browsing to it, whether it is on your USB memory device or network user area.

The list of file formats below detail exactly what types you are able to upload. You can upload any Microsoft Word Document, PowerPoint File, Excel Spreadsheet, XPS and PDF documents.

Finally click Upload & Complete you will then be able to watch as your file is uploaded and sent to the printer you have chosen.

If you have chosen a printer in a classroom your print will come straight out and be sitting in the output tray, please be aware of this and collect your document immediately.

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How to access your Sidmouth College E-mail account from your computer at home using a web browser or Microsoft Office Outlook. Includes instructions on setting up your iPhone, iPad or Android device to sync with your e-mail account.

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CamStudio is able to record all screen and audio activity on your computer.  You can use it to create ‘How to…’ videos for any software program or create a set of videos answering your most frequently asked questions?  It is also a useful tool for creating video tutorials and resources for classes and could be helpful when preparing cover materials.  Once created these resources can be made available through the college VLE or You Tube or…..

You can download and use it completely free – http://camstudio.org/ – scroll down for the download links.

 

Make sure you download the Codec as well as CamStudio.

Getting started with CamStudiohttp://www.screencast.be/video/using-camstudio

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