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Office 365 Basic Course

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The Quick Source eLearning Series combines three levels of training: Learn It, Try It, and Evaluation. The Learn It section includes high quality video that shows you everything the instructor is teaching. The Try It section allows you to practice what you have learned right in our course. There is no need to switch between the course, and the software that you are learning. The Evaluation section gives you the ability to test your knowledge and receive immediate feedback.

Topics covered in this course:


  • Introduction
  • The Outlook Window
  • Working with Folders
  • Searching in Outlook Web App
  • Sending an Email
  • Reading, Replying To, and Forwarding Messages
  • Editing a Draft of a Message
  • Opening Attachments
  • Attaching a File to a Message
  • Setting Read and Delivery Receipts


  • Introduction
  • The Calendar Window
  • Scheduling an Event
  • Scheduling an Online Meeting
  • Using the Scheduling Assistant
  • Responding to a Meeting Request
  • Sharing Your Calendar
  • Editing or Deleting an Event
  • Customizing Your Calendar View
  • Printing Your Calendar


  • Introduction
  • The People Window
  • Connecting to a Social Network
  • Creating a Contact Card
  • Using Contact Cards
  • Creating a Contact List
  • Creating a Contact Group


  • Introduction
  • The Newsfeed Window
  • Viewing Your Newsfeed
  • Posting and Deleting a Newsfeed Status
  • Editing Your About Me Profile
  • Creating a New Blog Post

OneDrive and Office Web Apps

  • Introduction
  • The OneDrive Window
  • Uploading a File to OneDrive
  • Sharing a Document
  • Word Web App
  • Excel Web App
  • PowerPoint Web App
  • OneNote Web App


  • Introduction
  • Creating, Renaming, and Deleting a Page
  • Adding an App
  • Adding a Link
  • Changing the View Type
  • Using Quick Edit


  • Introduction
  • The Tasks Window
  • Creating a Task
  • Organizing Tasks
  • Managing Task