OneDrive

  • Access your Office 365 Apps from anywhere

    With so many of my customers moving onto Office 365 I thought this post I shared on LinkedIn would be useful. You can use the Office Apps for Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook from any browser but of course you’ll need to know your login details. You will also have access to other useful Microsoft apps you may not have seen before so watch this space for updates!

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  • Upskill your colleagues

    Business owner Tracey Westbury explains the effect of using Imagine Training’s services on her business. We work with employers like you to train your workforce, helping you achieve your goals for higher productivity, quality and growth through training that is targeted to specific actions they take hundreds of times a day – and doing it faster! We offer shortcut training and work with them to master new features in software your…

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  • Microsoft OneDrive – How to save and work in the Cloud

    Microsoft OneDrive – How to save and work in the Cloud

    Scroll down to watch my short ‘How To’ video at the end of this blog!    How would you benefit from storing your files, photos and videos in the cloud? Would it be useful to be able to access them from other devices than your PC – a tablet or a phone? I have documents stored in OneDrive (formally known as SkyDrive) so I can get to them anywhere I have an internet connection. Need a document on your phone whilst out of the…

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  • Microsoft OneDrive and Web Apps

    New Windows Start Screen Microsoft has rebranded Office Web Apps as Office Online, with the individual apps renamed to Word Online, Excel Online, PowerPoint Online and OneNote Online. Office Online rolled out recently, and Microsoft’s office.com site will be refreshed to accommodate the changes. OneDrive is a free cloud storage solution with access to the Microsoft WebApps – see my previous blog posts. Office Web Apps are currently…

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  • What’s in Word Web App?

    As I have described in my previous blog, Microsoft Office Web Apps are free if you have a OneDrive account, which you can get if you have a Hotmail email account or a Windows Live account (both of which are free!) This means you have access to many of the main features of Microsoft Word, to enable you to do word processing ‘on the move’ and indeed you can work on a document with others, and see when they make any amendments – great for…

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  • Microsoft Web Apps and SkyDrive

    Microsoft Web Apps are free and available to anyone with a free SkyDrive Account. Anyone with a free Hotmail email account or Windows Live ID can have a free SkyDrive which comes with 7 GB free storage allowing you to keep copies of files online, which allows you to access those files from any PC where you have a decent internet connection. If you sign up for Office 365 this increases to 25 GB free storage for documents in SkyDrive, where those…

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