- Office 2013 Interface: What's New?
- Word 2013: What's New?
- Excel 2013: What's New?
- PowerPoint 2013: What's New?
Take a look at many of the new changes that have been made to Microsoft® Office® Suite 2013, specifically Word®, Excel®, and PowerPoint®. Not only has the user interface changed, but Office 2013 also includes many new features and commands that will allow you to customize your environment and help you become more productive. This online training series will give you a jump start on getting acquainted with the new look and features in Office Suite 2013.
- What you'll learn in this training
- Introducing the start screen
- Introducing the new, user interface
- Signing in to your Microsoft account
- Changing the Office background and/or Office theme
- Changing the ribbon display options
- Adding/using the touch/mouse mode
- Introducing resume reading
- Introducing Apps for Office
- Inserting online pictures
- Introducing the new format pane
- Reviewing the redesigned backstage view
- Sharing your files
- Working together on a file
- Replying to comments
- Using the new combo chart
- Reviewing the new design tab and commands
- Using read mode
- Using object zoom
- Expanding and collapsing text in a document
- Using layout options, live layout, and the alignment guides
- Inserting an online video
- Presenting a document online
- Opening and editing a PDF file
- Using flash fill
- Using the quick analysis tool
- Using the recommended charts command
- Using the recommended PivotTables command
- Viewing the new slide themes and theme variants
- Viewing the new slide transitions
- Using the enhanced alignment guides
- Using the merge common shapes command
- Matching colors with the eyedropper tool
- Using the play-in-background commend
- Introducing the new slide size
- Using presenter view
Subject Matter Expert
Between undergraduate and graduate degrees, Beth gained valuable experience in several different environments: retail, business, training, and education. The majority of her work experience has been as a computer software trainer, which involved training business professionals in various software applications and gave her the opportunity to perfect her computer skills and become a Microsoft specialist.
In 2002, Beth received her Masterâs Degree in Information Media/Educational Media as well as a Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology. She spent the next four years teaching at the K-12 and University levels as a Media Specialist and a Reference Librarian. The opportunity to become a full-time member of the eLearning Content Team became available in 2007, and Beth has been the Microsoft go-to person ever since!
When asked what excites her about helping others learn, Beth said: "To see the light bulb turn on is a fantastic feeling! Creating a comfortable learning environment, allowing learners to digest information at their own pace, and contributing to an individualâs achievements and success is a great high!"
If she could spend a day doing whatever she wanted, Beth would choose to relax and enjoy the books she has purchased for her Kindle but has not had time to read!
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