End user training of Office 2013 and Office 365
Intro to the Outlook Web App Provided by KATE
Creating a Signature in Outlook in O365 Provided by KATE
Formatting Your Email and Adding Attachments to OWA Provided by KATE
OWA Creating and Organizing Folders Provided by KATE
An Introduction to the O365 Calendar Provided by KATE
O365 Calendar - Creating Multiple Calendars and Sharing Them Provided by KATE
Instructions for configuring your mobile device can be found by selecting "Options" then "See all Options" in the top right corner of your webmail. Use you full email address for the username, i.e.: email@example.com. Your device may ask for additional information. If so, leave the "Domain" field blank and use m.outlook.com for the server name.
Office 365 Overview Provided by KATE
OneDrive Pro installation
Moving Files from OneDrive to OneDrive Pro Provided by KATE
OneDrive is an easy way to automatically backup your personal or work related files on your district owned device in case of computer failure. The district does not maintain backups of staff or student files stored on district devices.
OneDrive logon link.
Google drive and the google drive sync app may also be used with your district email address to backup files.
Google Drive logon link.
Lync Basic Client
An Introduction to the Lync Desktop Provided by KATE
Using Lync Provided by KATE
Recording a Lync Session Provided by KATE
Lync - As the Presenter Provided by KATE
Lync - Scheduling a Meeting Provided by KATE
Office 365 will end support for Internet Explorer 8 on April 8, 2014. While Office 365 will support Internet Explorer 8 until that date, you are strongly urged to move to a “recommended” browser.
- At least Windows Internet Explorer 9
- At least Mozilla Firefox 12
- At least Apple Safari 5
- At least Google Chrome 18
Taken from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/supported-browsers-in-office-2013-and-office-365-HA102789344.aspx
Note: Spell-check in Outlook Web App requires Internet Explorer 10, which is available for Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Internet Explorer 8 is the highest browser that runs on Windows XP. Internet Explorer 8 does not run on Windows 8.