Microsoft Office PowerPoint Basics: Interface


Introduction to Interface When you'll open PowerPoint, you will be greeted with Start Screen from which you will be able to create a new presentation, pick a template to use if you so desire, and access your most recent works. (By default, your office theme will be light- dark one is just more convenient for … Continue reading Microsoft Office PowerPoint Basics: Interface

Microsoft Office Excel 2016 Creating and Opening.


Getting Started: Excel’s files are called Workbooks, so when you start a new project in Excel, you’ll need to create a new workbook. And if you wonder how, well there are several ways to do so and we’ll go through each one of them: Blank workbook or predesigned template Creating a new workbook Opening an … Continue reading Microsoft Office Excel 2016 Creating and Opening.

Microsoft Office Excel 2016 Saving and Sharing.


Introduction: Now after you created your workbooks in Excel, you’ll need to know how to save it to access it later, and unlike other versions that only provides you to store your files in your local computer, Excel 2016 gives you, a new version of saving your files in the cloud using one drive, you … Continue reading Microsoft Office Excel 2016 Saving and Sharing.

Microsoft Office Excel’s 2016 Basics:One Drive


Intro: One Drive is Microsoft’s online storage space you use to save, edit, or share your files. And it is accessible in computers, smartphones and other devices you may have. To get started you need set up a free Microsoft account if you don’t have one you can simply create one from  login.live.com Now once … Continue reading Microsoft Office Excel’s 2016 Basics:One Drive

Microsoft Office Word Text Basics


If you're new to Microsoft Word, you'll need to learn the basics of typing, editing, and organizing text. Basic tasks include the ability to add, delete, and move text in your document, as well as how to cut, copy, and paste. Using the insertion point to add text The insertion point is the blinking vertical line in your document. It indicates where you can … Continue reading Microsoft Office Word Text Basics