Course: Office 365 Introducing OneDrive for Business
  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

  • Room 322, Babbage Building

Save event Do you want to find out how to use Office 365 with OneDrive for Business? Learn how to upload and manage documents, share and collaboratively, edit documents online with Office 365 web apps and other practical tips to maximise your efficient use of this new tool.

Who should attend this course?

This course is for all Plymouth members of staff.

Pre-requisites:

Prior knowledge of using a PC or Mac is essential to benefit from this course.

What will I learn?

By the end of the course you will know how to access your staff OneDrive, upload manage files, and share files for collaboration.

The course will cover:
  • logging in to Office 365
  • navigation and layout
  • uploading files to OneDrive
  • sharing files and folders
  • collaborative editing of files using Office 365 web apps
  • managing permissions
  • managing deleted files
  • version control
  • integration with email.

Book your place using this direct link via Employee Self Service. Please note sessions may be cancelled if there are fewer than six registered attendees.

For enquiries about this course please contact us. If you are unable to attend your training session, please cancel in advance via Employee Self Service or inform the Academic Support, Technology & Innovation team.


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