What is it?
Microsoft Office is comprised of several software applications that are packaged together, including Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel. Microsoft Word is a word processor, used for authoring documents, letters, essays, articles and other text-based information. Powerpoint can be used to develop slide sets. Use Excel to develop spreadsheet or graphic presentations of statistical or mathematical information.
Where to get it?
Microsoft software is available through ITS for faculty and staff.
Help Desk Contact Info:
How to use it?
- Select this link to get information about Live Workshops offered by ITS
Select this link to access online tutorials created by Microsoft, Inc.
Browse the Demo menus to find a specific topic.
- Training from NDUS Help Desk (Microsoft Office common tasks)
If you post content created with Microsoft Office software to your course website, students may view the content, even if they do not have Microsoft Office. A free viewer is available from Microsoft. Select this link to access free reader software.
Microsoft Office 2007
Wondering about Microsoft's newest version of Office? ITS provides information and training sessions. More information can be found on the ITS website at http://its.ndsu.edu/training_resources/office_2007/
Training presentations about Office 2010 from Microsoft.com
Available at: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint/HA101926501033.aspx
Office 2010 features and benefits