Create and save documents for anywhere access

Shows how to create Office documents and save them to OneDrive so you can get to them from anywhere.

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Create and save documents for anywhere access

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Shows how to create Office documents and save them to OneDrive so you can get to them from anywhere.
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  1. Office Mix Training

    Slide 1 - Office Mix Training

    • Microsoft Corporation
    • Create and save Office documents for anywhere access
  2. Create and save Office documents for anywhere access

    Slide 2 - Create and save Office documents for anywhere access

    • Find and open Word, Excel, or PowerPoint
    • Office on the go with Office Online
    • Save your document to OneDrive for Business
    • OneNote from anywhere
    • Create a new Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document
    • Create and save documents with Office Online
  3. Find and open Word, Excel, or PowerPoint

    Slide 3 - Find and open Word, Excel, or PowerPoint

    • After you install Office using Office 365 for Business, you open your desktop apps from Start in Windows.
    • In Windows 7, select Start >Programs >Microsoft Office 2013.
    • In Windows 8, select Start and scroll to see the apps page on the Start screen.
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  4. Demo

    Slide 4 - Demo

  5. Create a new Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document

    Slide 5 - Create a new Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document

    • When you first start Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, you automatically see templates.
    • Browse or search for a template and select the one you want, or select a Blank document, workbook, or presentation to start from scratch.Tip: To see the templates at any other time, click File > New.
    • Begin adding your content.
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  6. Demo

    Slide 6 - Demo

  7. Save your file to OneDrive for Business

    Slide 7 - Save your file to OneDrive for Business

    • In the file you created, select File > Save (or Save As).
    • If you don't see OneDrive – <Company Name>, select Add a Place > Office 365 SharePoint.
    • Sign in with your work or school account. For example, ellen@contoso.onmicrosoft.com, ellen@contoso.edu, or ellen@contoso.com. If you're not sure what your account is, check the welcome email message that asked you to sign in the first time.
    • Now you choose where you want to save your file and select Save.
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  8. Demo

    Slide 8 - Demo

  9. Save to OneDrive for Business every time

    Slide 9 - Save to OneDrive for Business every time

    • Once you add OneDrive for Business as a place in one Office app, you can save files from all your Office apps on this computer.
    • The next time you save a document, it appears in your Save As list as OneDrive - <Company Name>.
    • If you have a Microsoft account such as outlook.com or hotmail.com, you’ll see two OneDrive locations:
    • Use OneDrive - <Company Name> for work or school documents
    • Use OneDrive - Personal for your personal documents
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  10. OneNote from anywhere

    Slide 10 - OneNote from anywhere

    • Use OneNote to stay organized and collaborate with your team on all your devices. Your notes save automatically and when you store your notebooks online in OneDrive for Business, you can update and share them from other devices.
    • Get to your notes from anywhere using a browser or in the OneNote mobile app on your device. If you don’t have OneNote installed on your mobile device, see Working with Office documents in a browser or mobile app (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=510963.)
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  11. Create a new OneNote notebook

    Slide 11 - Create a new OneNote notebook

    • When you first open OneNote, it creates a sample notebook for you. Use this notebook to get started or create your own.
    • Select File > New.
    • Select one of the available locations (for example, OneDrive – <Company Name>), or select Add a Place to tell OneNote where you want to store the new notebook.
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  12. Demo

    Slide 12 - Demo

  13. Use OneNote templates

    Slide 13 - Use OneNote templates

    • OneNote includes templates that can save you time by adding functional content to pages, such as to-do lists, calendars, planners, and forms that you can fill out or customize. Browse through the built-in collection of templates to add a pre-formatted page to your notebook.
    • On the ribbon, select Insert > Page Templates.
    • In the Templates task pane, expand the categories, and then select a template to view it.
    • Use OneNote page templates to save time
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  14. Demo

    Slide 14 - Demo

  15. Get your OneNote notebooks on the go

    Slide 15 - Get your OneNote notebooks on the go

    • OneNote doesn’t have a Save button, because your changes save automatically.
    • So, the changes you make on your work computer are available for you to review on your mobile device. And no need to save.
    • Open the OneNote app on your mobile device.
    • You may need to sync or refresh the app to view the latest version.
    • The same OneNote page you created on your computer is available on your mobile device.
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  16. Office on the go with Office Online

    Slide 16 - Office on the go with Office Online

    • When you store Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote documents in OneDrive for Business, or other Office 365 libraries, you can work on them using Office Online, which opens the documents in a web browser.
    • Sign in to Office 365 at http://portal.office.com. For example, ellen@contoso.onmicrosoft.com, ellen@contoso.edu, or ellen@contoso.com. If you're not sure what your work account is, check the welcome email message that asked you to sign in the first time.​
    • At the top of the site, select OneDrive, or and then select OneDrive.
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  17. Demo

    Slide 17 - Demo

  18. Create and save files using Office Online

    Slide 18 - Create and save files using Office Online

    • After signing in to Office 365, you can begin using the Office Online applications such as Word Online or Excel Online.
    • At the top of the page, select OneDrive or select and then select OneDrive.  
    • Select New Document, and then choose the type of document you want to create.
    • When you create, open, or edit a document in OneDrive for Business, it's automatically saved to the same location. You can now access this file from any device.
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  19. Demo

    Slide 19 - Demo

  20. More info

    Slide 20 - More info

    • Install Office using Office 365 for Business
    • Getting started with Office 365 (Office Mix)
    • Office 365 Learning Center
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  21. © 2014 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.

    Slide 21 - © 2014 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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