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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 2016 for Mac is now available

Office 365 subscribers get early access to Office 2016 for Mac

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What’s New 

Unmistakably Office
Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac features a redesigned Ribbon menu similar to the Windows and iPad® versions. You can navigate your Word, Excel and PowerPoint files with familiar Mac OS Multi-Touch gestures. And it’s all sharper and clearer than ever on your Retina display.

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Office 365 ProPlus will be offered to students at no additional charge. Students can now take advantage of all that Office 365 ProPlus has to offer.

What is included with Office 365 ProPlus subscription license?

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If you’re new to Office 2013, you can download any of our free Quick Start Guides. These printable guides contain useful tips, shortcuts, and screenshots to help you find your way around.
On Windows 8, you can open and view these guides in the Windows 8 Reader app without any additional steps. On older versions of Windows, you’ll need to install the free Adobe Reader before you can open and view these guides.

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Mail merge is a useful tool that will allow you to easily produce multiple letters, labels, envelopes, name tags and more using information stored in a list, database, or spreadsheet. In this lesson, you will learn how to use the mail merge wizard to create a data source and a form letter, and explore other wizard features.

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With every new revision of Office, Microsoft have added (and in certain cases removed) features. The latest release of Office contains a wealth of new and improved features designed to make your life easier and improve on productivity. We have made available interactive presentations which can be found on Fronter under ‘Office 2010 Training’. The training is broken down into manageable intelligible bites and is easy to understand. It covers the whole suite including; Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Access and Microsoft Infopath.

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Microsoft have launched the Office 2013 preview which is available from the Microsoft website (click here for link). You will need a live account (Microsoft email address) to sign in to allow you to download the installer. Once downloaded, installation is as easy as the two of its predecessors (2010 and 2007) with a minimal design feel and easy to understand installation options. Be aware that if you opt for the full installation, this new version will hog over 3GB of hard disk space (making it the hungriest version of Office yet!).

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Whether your a budding accountant or a seasoned editor, Microsoft offer a variety of free training on Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 for Windows based PC’s.




Beginner’s Training for Office 2003

Beginner’s Training for Office 2007

Getting started with Office 2010

Word 2003

Word 2007

Word 2010

Excel 2003

Excel 2007

Excel 2010

Outlook 2003

Outlook 2007

Outlook 2010

PowerPoint 2003

PowerPoint 2007

PowerPoint 2010

Access 2003

Access 2007

Access 2010

Downloadable training – in PowerPoint format

Office 2003

Office 2007

Office 2010

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