Informatique

Office 365® a day in the life of the End-User

Description

This one-day instructor-led course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to productively use Office 365. The course focuses on day in the life scenarios for working in Outlook Web Access (OWA), accessing new features of Outlook 2010 using Exchange 2010, Lync and SharePoint and Web Apps associated with SharePoint.

Objectives
At the end of this course participants will be able to:
    • gain an understanding of how Office 365 can make them productive with Outlook, Lync and  SharePoint integrated
    • access and work with mail using Outlook Web Access (OWA)
    • work with new features available using Exchange 2010 with Outlook 2010
    • contact a Co-Worker from within Outlook using Lync
    • collaborate with people inside and outside the company using Lync
    • collaborate with others through SharePoint
    • work with a Team Site and view information within Outlook
    • update a document using SharePoint Web Apps
Programme
Module 1: Understanding Office 365
This module explains how to Office 365 is designed to help you be more productive in your work day.
  • Lessons
    • What is Office 365?
    • What makes up Office 365?
    • How is Office 365 integrated?
  • After completing this module, participants will be able to:
    • Understand what Office 365 is
    • Identify the products that make up Office 365
    • Know how Office 365 products integrate to make you more productive

Module 2: Accessing Office 365 Remotely
This module explains how to sign-in through the Office 365 web screens
  • Lessons
    • Access the Office 365 web screens
    • Review the general information
  • Lab : Access the Office 365 Web Screens
    • Sign into Office 365 web screens
    • Review the main screen
    • Ensure the Lync client is downloaded
  • Lab : Download the Lync Client (Optional)
    • Download the Lync Client
  • After completing this module, students will be able to:
    • Sign-in to the Office 365 web screens
    • Understand how to access SharePoint and Outlook Web Access (OWA) remotely
    • Download the Lync client

Module 3: Working with Outlook Web Access (OWA)
This module explains how to work with e-Mail using Outlook Web Access (OWA)
  • Lessons
    • Review the User Interface
    • Learn how to send and reply to mail
    • Learn how to turn on out of office
    • Learn how work with the calendar
  • Lab : Working with e-Mail
    • Change sort options and view conversations
    • Use the quick search
    • Apply a category to messages
    • Create new messages
    • Reply to messages
  • Lab : Working with Calendar
    • Create a new meeting request
    • Change calendar permissions
    • Share calendar with others
    • Print calendar
  • Lab : Set up Out of Office
    • Create an out of office reply
  • After completing this module, students will be able to:
    • Access and use e-Mail from the web views
    • Create calendar entries from the web views
    • Set up Out of Office from the web views

Module 4: Using New Features in Outlook 2010
This module explains how to utilize new features within Outlook 2010 when working with Office 365 Exchange
  • Lessons
    • View Mail Tips. See when someone is out of the office when creating a message
    • Ignore a message
    • Find availability of rooms and people instantly
  • Lab : Working with Mail
    • Create a new message to a large group
    • Create a new message to someone who is outside of the office
    • Create a new message to someone who is out of office
  • Lab : Working with Calendar
    • Set up a new meeting with internal participants and rooms
  • After completing this module, students will be able to:
    • Understand how mail tips can save time and avoid sending messages to unintended groups
    • Find calendar and room availability for a meeting quickly

Module 5: Using Lync to Collaborate with Others
This module explains how to utilize Lync to collaborate with others through instant Messaging, call, video and sharing of information.
  • Lessons
    • Create and locate a contact
    • Create customer contact groups
    • Communicate with a contact through instant Messaging, call and video
    • Share a program, desktop screen, PowerPoint presentation or document with contacts
    • Create a group meeting instantly and proactively
    • Record your meetings and locate them
  • Lab : Locate and Add a Contact
    • Locate a contact you e-Mail
    • Add a contact to your Contact list
    • Pin a frequent contact
    • Create a contact group
    • Move a contact to a group
  • Lab : Communicate with a Contact
    • Send an instant message to a contact
    • Call a contact
    • Video chat with a contact
  • Lab : Share Information with a contact
    • Send a document
    • Share your desktop and give control
    • Share a Program
  • Lab : Invite Others to join your session
    • Add participants
    • Share a PowerPoint presentation
    • Add a poll page
    • Record your session
    • Locate your recordings
  • Lab : Create a new Lync meeting
    • Create a new meeting request
    • Add Lync meeting information to your meeting request
  • After completing this module, students will be able to:
    • Locate and add a contact to a contact list or custom contact group that has been created
    • Communicate with a contact through instant Messaging, phone and video call
    • Share information with contacts including documents, desktop sharing, PowerPoint presentations and programs
    • Create a Lync meeting proactively through Outlook
    • Record a meeting and locate the recordings

Module 6: Using SharePoint to locate and Share Information
This module explains how SharePoint can be a great source to locate and share information about yourself and the documents you work with.
  • Lessons
    • Navigate a Team Site
    • Working with documents and view within Outlook
    • Working with the calendar and view within Outlook
    • Collaborate on Documents
    • Modify the My Site profile
    • Search within a SharePoint Site
  • Lab : Navigating SharePoint
    • Review Ribbon navigation
    • Review contextual ribbons in a document library and calendar
  • Lab : Working with documents
    • Upload a document.
    • Share a document with others
    • Tag a document
    • Check out a document to modify and edit
  • Lab : Working with the Calendar
    • Create a calendar entry
    • Modify a calendar entry
  • Lab : Connecting SharePoint to Outlook
    • Connect a document library to Outlook
    • View the document library within Outlook
    • Connect a Calendar list to Outlook
    • View the Calendar list within Outlook
    • Copy a calendar entry from Outlook to SharePoint
  • Lab : Collaborate on Documents
    • Modify a Word document simultaneously
    • See changes by others when in the document
  • Lab : Working with My Site
    • View your profile information
    • Modify your profile information
    • Modify your organizational tree
    • Add a document and share with others
    • View tags
  • Lab : Using Search
    • View your profile information
    • Modify your profile information
    • Modify your organizational tree
    • Add a document and share with others
    • View tags
  • After completing this module, students will be able to:
    • Navigate a SharePoint site
    • Upload and modify a document on a site
    • Create and modify a calendar entry on a site
    • Work with more than one person in a document and see their changes
    • Modify their My Site profile and add documents
    • Search within SharePoint
    • View documents and calendar information on SharePoint from within Outlook

Module 7: Using Web Apps with Documents
This module explains how you can view and modify a document in a web browser.
  • Lessons
    • View a document in a web browser
    • Modify a document in a web browser
  • Lab : View a document
    • Open a Word document in a web browser
    • Open an Excel document in a web browser
  • Lab : Modify a document in a web browser
    • Modify a Word document in a web browser
    • Modify an Excel Document in a web browser
  • After completing this module, students will be able to:
    • Open a document in a web browser
    • Modify a document in a web browser
Target Audience

This course is intended for persons who work with information and who have used Microsoft Office and basic navigation skills. This course is also intended to provide Technology-Influencing Business Decision Makers (TIBDM) in need of gaining an understanding of how Office 365 can increase employee productivity, share information more easily and to complete tasks faster.

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, participants should have:

  •         Basic Microsoft Office knowledge
  •         Basic Windows Navigation knowledge
Language

The course will be held in English but our trainers are also fluent in French.

Certificate

At the end of the training, the participants will receive a certificate of participation delivered by the House of Training

Course material

A hard copy of the course material is included in the package. An electronic version can be downloaded from our web portal 5 days before the course starting date.

Formation
Formation
& Examen
Examen
EN
8 heures
Chambre de Commerce du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg
voir affichage sur place (Chambre de Commerce du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg)
7, rue Alcide de Gasperi
Luxembourg, L-2981
Luxembourg
500,00 EUR