What is Office 365? How is it different from Microsoft Office?

www.office.com/setup Blogs: Office 365. “Office 365” refers to subscription plans that include access to Office applications plus other productivity services that are enabled over the Internet (cloud services). Office 365 includes plans for use at home and for business. Learn about Office 365 for use at home. Office 365 plans for business include services such as Skype for Business web conferencing and Exchange Online hosted email for business, and additional online storage with OneDrive for Business.

Many Office 365 plans also include the desktop version of the latest Office applications, which users can install across multiple computers and devices. The fully installed applications include: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Access. (Publisher and Access are available on PC only.) And you can install them across multiple devices, including PCs, Macs, Android tablets, Android phones, iPad, and iPhone. When you have an active Office 365 subscription that includes the desktop version of Office, you always have the most up-to-date version of the applications.

The Office 365 plans that are online-only are a great choice for certain business needs, and they are designed to work with the latest version of Office, Office 2013, and Office 2011 for Mac. Previous versions of Office, such as Office 2010 and Office 2007, may work with Office 365 with reduced functionality. Get more details about which Office versions are supported. NOTE: This compatibility with Office does not include the Exchange Online Kiosk or Office 365 Enterprise K1 plans.

All Office 365 plans are paid for on a subscription basis, monthly or annually.

Microsoft Office. “Microsoft Office” is the name we still use for our familiar productivity software. Office suites are available as a one-time purchase and include applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, which can be installed on only one PC or Mac. The applications are not automatically updated; to get the latest version, you can purchase the product again when the new version becomes available. The latest versions currently available for one-time purchase are Office 2016 for Windows and Office 2016 for Mac. These suites do not come with any of the cloud-based services included in Office 365.

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Google to finally stop reading your email to show ads in new play to win corporate customers

ridiculed Google’s penchant for scanning user Gmail content to show relevant ads within the web based email client, going so far as to mount a “Scroogled” campaign against the practice:

www.office.com/setup Blogs: The Scroogled campaign has since been scrapped, but the process has never sat well with some customers, including corporate users who understandably would be a little leery of having Google read their email.

Paying Google customers, like those using Google’s G Suite office software, have never been subjected to the email scanning, but some customers, or potential customers, were confused by the distinction. That has prompted Google to change the policy across the board, according to Bloomberg Technology.

Ads will continue to appear in the free version of Gmail, but instead of being tied to the content of the ads, but instead be “targeted with other personal information Google already pulls from sources such as search and YouTube.”

In a blog post announcing the change, which will occur later this year, Google claims “more than 3 million paying companies” of G Suite, and 1.2 billion GMail users. Those corporate clients are apparently becoming more important for the Silicon Valley giant as it seeks to build up G Suite and compete with Office 365.

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Announcing the public preview of the Office 365 Adoption-Content

Announcing the public preview of the Office 365 Adoption Content Pack in PowerBI

Understanding how your users adopt and use Office 365 is critical for you as an Office 365 admin. It allows you to plan targeted user training and communication to increase usage and to get the most out of Office 365.

Today, we’re pleased to announce the public preview of the Office 365 Adoption Content Pack in Power BI, which enables customers to get more out of Office 365.

 

The content pack builds on the usage reports in the Office 365 admin center and lets admins further visualize and analyze their Office 365 usage data, create custom reports, share insights and understand how specific regions or departments use Office 365.

It gives you a cross-product view of how users communicate and collaborate making is easy for you to decide where to prioritize training efforts and to provide more targeted user communication.

Read the blog post on Office blogs for all details:

https://blogs.office.com/2017/05/22/announcing-the-public-preview-of-the-office-365-adoption-content…

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If you have questions, please post them in the Adoption Content Pack group in the Microsoft Tech Community. Also, join us for an Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) session, hosted by the Microsoft Tech Community on June 7, 2017 at 9 a.m. PDT. This live online event will give you the opportunity to connect with members of the product and engineering teams who will be on hand to answer your questions and listen to feedback. Add the event to your calendar and join us in the Adoption Content Pack in Power BI AMA group.

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Microsoft Teams Top Questions Answered Get Started

We’re excited about yesterday’s global launch of Microsoft Teams. I’m Karuana and work in the engineering team. Part of my job is to manage technical readiness for our product. I want to make sure you have all the information you need to truly get more productivity from using Microsoft Teams. I have a long history in the collaboration space designing solutions with SharePoint and Office 365. Having spent part of my career in Microsoft IT deploying and managing collaboration & communication services for our own employees I have a special place in my heart for user communities that provide a hub for learning, sharing and creating the comradery that comes from taking this journey together.

We’ve worked hard on bringing over 100 new features to the product since our preview launch in November of 2016. We hope that you watch the webcast to gain key information about our future vision and hear from customers successfully using the product today. We’re going to be posting here a series of blogs from myself and guest authors to ensure you have great examples of how to use the product. Feel free to post topics you’d like us to write about or reach out to me on Twitter with your comments.

Our commitment to the full Office 365 stack remains strong as does our desire to get feedback from you, our user community. Make sure you are posting any feature suggestions directly into our UserVoice feedback tool. We are all intently reviewing that information to understand your needs and requests. Suphatra manages user feedback for the product and we always want to make sure that your voice is heard. For now, we hope you are testing Teams in your company to start thinking about the use cases that will make sense for your business.

Here are a few answers to common questions I see here in the community to get us started:

Q. Is Microsoft Teams available for EDU customers?
A. Our product is currently in preview for EDU customers. We will make announcements about its general availability soon. You can stay up to date on these announcements here or at our Office Blog.

Q. Microsoft Teams is now on by default in Office 365 tenants. Can I turn it off in my organization until I’m ready to deploy it?

A. Yes. We understand you want to thoughtfully deliver this capability to your users. While we encourage people to quickly try the product hands on you can follow the instructions here, if you are a tenant administrator of your Office 365 instance, to turn the feature off.

Q. When will you allow me to invite an external guest into Microsoft Teams?
A. We’ve seen you vote this feature request up on UserVoice and we’ve committed to deliver it by June of 2017 (Q2/FY17).

Next week we’ll be hosting an “Ask me Anything” event here online. We hope you join us and bring all your other questions! I’ll see you all in the community, at this event or on Twitter.

Thanks & Talk to you Soon

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What’ll be the expiry date of Microsoft Office 2007 support?

Office 2007This week’s news headlines has given some good information to the users who are still using the Office 2007. The news is that Microsoft is moving into the “Extended” support period, allowing the users a time-period of three more months to switch from their current Office 2007’s apps to the latest suite like Office 2016 or others.

Microsoft stated that Office 2007’s users will no longer get company assisted technical support such as phone consultations or troubleshooting nor the packages for security issues, after its support expiry date that is October 10.

Earlier, Microsoft decided to end the Office 2007 support in April. However, directions on Microsoft’s managing vice president, Rob Helm estimated that Office 2007 has already provided with an extension of six months from the Microsoft’s side in 2012.Hence, now the Office 2007 moves to Extended on 9th October, 2012, from the originally set “Extended” support period on April 9 instead. The reason for extending this time is the condition in the company’s support policy that guarantees minimum two years of “mainstream” support even after the release of product’s new version (version 2010 here. Hence, now the extended support for Office 2007 will end on 10th October 2017.

Microsoft on its official website has provided a complete list of all the components of Office 2007 that will expire on October 10.

There are two types of support provided by the Microsoft:

  1. “Mainstream” – This is the period in which users are provided with the updates whether for the product’s security purpose or any other purpose completely free of cost and on regular basis.
  2. “Extended” – After exiting the ‘mainstream’ support period the device will enter this support period, which also provides the product’s security updates for free, but for most of the other updates it asks for the payment from the users.

How “Office 2007” will work after the support ends?

There are different cases, answering the above questions, in some of them Office 2007’s applications continue to work even after the support expires, but with the risk of being getting harmed by the malicious software that enters or attacks the devices. Whereas in some other, the apps are not able to work at all after the support’s expiry date that is Oct 10. Hence, the users must upgrade to Office 2010 or other future versions to receive the updates after October 10.

Microsoft said that Outlook 2007 will not be able to connect to Office 365 mailboxes after 31st October 2017 resulting in blocking the transmission and reception of the mail for the Outlook 2007 clients using Office 365.

Here, the Office 365 rent-not-own subscription program and the Office 2016 applications that come with most enterprise- and business-grade plans are recommended by the Microsoft. Moreover, a sub-site especially for Office 2007 to deliver information on upgrade paths, links to the detailed switching instructions and more is also designs by the firm.

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Centralized Deployment for Office 365 launched by Microsoft

Murrieta, CL: Microsoft in its recently made announcement had talked about the release of its new “Centralized Deployment for Office 365 web add-ins” feature.Office 365

Making use of the PowerShell scripts or the Office 365 admin center, the latest feature enables the administrators to easily organize the add-ins to a particular user, a group of users or a complete organization based on one’s preference.

The release and preview of the particular service has been marked at the end of the year 2016.

Microsoft has also announced in a post on the company’s Office blog that the users can easily view all the add-ins that are installed on the ribbon of their MS-Office applications like Word, Excel or PowerPoint running on Mac, Windows or Office online, just by simply opening these applications. This will further permit all the organizations (whether small or large) to expand their Office with the help of the enhanced and important services across each and every platform.

To demonstrate the efficiency of the service, the usage case of the “Genetec Inc” (a Canadian supplier of access control and license identification solutions combined in a single platform, called Security Center) is concerned and praised by Microsoft.

“Genetec” makes use of “Qorus” add-ins that helps Office 365 users to search for proper content to add to proposals, pitches, emails and reports as well as to create accurate and efficient business-related documents.

Microsoft explained in a distinct but associated post on its blog that “Genetec’s bid response team” on realizing the requirement for boosting up of its content’s value along with the efficiency, joined hand with the “Qorus” to focus on content in Microsoft OneDrive and Microsoft SharePoint Online for Business by creating separate Microsoft platform to make a better content easily available.

The post also includes that, the tasks such as creating new documents, increasing cooperation with subject matter experts, etc. is simplified by the “Qorus” add-ins.  It also provides the “Genetec” employees to have great prospect on its usefulness for tracking the usage of the content.

This latest feature (Centralized Deployment) of Microsoft is offered to almost all the supported Office languages. Another great news is that this is compatible with all recent editions of Office as well as of Exchange, that are OAuth-enabled.

One of the blog also states that, “the telemetry will be made available for the IT admins and the developers soon, to help them to view the facts about the deployments in the Office 365 admin center and to view their add-in deployments in the Office ISV Seller Dashboard respectively”.

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Microsoft reveals many drastic changes for Windows 10

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Recently, Microsoft reveals a latest test edition of Windows 10 build number 16215 along with a number of drastic changes. All of the new features will be available to all the users till the end of this year in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update but the Windows Insider on the Fast Ring can catch them immediately.

The first major change is the redesigning of the notification center with the separate sections provided for the apps, which has resulted in a complete new look. It combines group notifications from devices, apps and somewhere else together in a more logical way and look-wise also seems more attractive.

This latest Windows 10 update will allow you to pin your preferred websites to the taskbar. Obviously, the pinned websites will open in Microsoft’s Edge browser but this feature is returning after receiving feedback from the Windows 10 users. Microsoft is also making changes in its Cortana (an intelligent digital assistant created by Microsoft Office.com for Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, etc.), making the digital assistant able to prompt for reminders by scanning the images for things such as events, etc. For instance: Cortana can create the reminder for the taken photo of a poster or of other things. Cortana has also enriched with a new lasso feature that allows the stylus users circle content to create reminders for things such as movies. Additionally, Microsoft is also enhancing the animations for new tabs in Edge to speed up the things a little more.

Perhaps, Microsoft has come happening gone the biggest regulate in Windows 10 stylus preserve. The handwriting panel has been renovated behind features such as more gestures, emoji, enhanced editing, hasty right of entry to emoji and symbols, automatic handwriting detection, etc. These features have enough maintenance facilities such as words written following the pen acquire converted to text automatically along considering varying ahead to let you conveniently continue the writing. These furthermore confirm you to select the converted text to reply and make corrections along behind scratching, joining, or splitting it by making use of the ink gestures. By default, the handwriting panel will be to hand floating adjoining where you are writing at expertise. The stylus can even be utilized to scroll in the middle of apps and websites now. An other Find my pen to court accomplishment at which word or phrase you were regarding your device taking into account you last used the pen, has plus been included by the Microsoft.

Microsoft has also brought a new winkey + period / semicolon keyboard shortcut that will activate a new emoji panel from where one can easily pick up the most suitable emoji for his/ her messages, making it effortless to insert emoji into social media messages or even e-mails. The company is also providing the Windows 10 desktop and the tablet users with a new touch keyboard which includes features such as prediction, one- handed input, shape writing with your fingers or a stylus and emoji sug

In addition to the bigger features mentioned above, some other smaller changes to Windows 10 like a new copy link feature that allows easy sharing of links is provided in the new share page, a feature that make you able to switch between public and private for network connections easily and enhanced support for HDR monitors, are also available.

Microsoft in its blog has also mentioned a number of other smaller changes and fixes that will be provided to the Windows 10 users.

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New guides to help you make the switch to Office 365

If you or your company are switching to Microsoft Office 365, new go-to guides are here to help. As of today, you’ll find eight Switch to Office 365 guides with step-by-step pages to make a fast and smooth transition from Google G Suite to Office 365.

“Companies like the guides because they highlight the key differences between G Suite and Office 365 and show users how to get up and running with a minimum of disruption,” says Peter Krebs, commercial training and adoption manager.

The guides, and there are more on the way, also highlight the way you can work together more effectively. Krebs says, “One of the common comments we hear from users is, ‘I didn’t know Office could do that.”’

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Office at Build 2017—announcing new opportunities for developers

At Build Day 2, we announced OneDrive Files On-Demand. Access all your files in the cloud without having to download them and use storage space on your device. You don’t have to change the way you work, because all your files—even online files—can be seen in File Explorer and accessed on-demand whenever they are needed. Read more about the details.

Today’s post was written by Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president for the Office team.

Today at Microsoft Build 2017, we announced new opportunities for developers in three areas—updates to the Microsoft Teams developer platform, new capabilities in the Microsoft Graph and better ways to connect Office users with partner integrations. With over 100 million monthly commercial active users, Office 365 is the largest productivity service available. Office 365 offers an incredible opportunity for developers, with its business-critical data and millions of users, combined with a platform designed to keep people in the flow of their work.

Deliver Microsoft Teams apps through the Office Store

Beginning today, Microsoft Teams is open to all developers to publish apps through the Office Store onboarding and distribution process—enabling them to engage users where they work. Published apps will surface in a new discover apps experience—making it easier for users to add and use apps within Teams. This and other new features are now available in the Developer Preview and coming to users soon.

When we launched the preview of Teams in November, we introduced a deep developer platform with tabs, bots and connectors. Today, we are announcing two new capabilities, available in the Developer Preview, enabling developers to build even more engaging experiences for users.

Compose extensions, in preview, allow users to issue commands to bring information from an app or service directly into their team chat and avoid distracting context switches.

Example compose extension in Microsoft Teams (in Developer Preview).

Third-party notifications in the activity feed allow developers to alert users of key information and updates from their service. New Teams APIs are also coming to the Microsoft Graph, in preview, allowing developers to access team and channel information. Developers can now package these capabilities—tabs, bots and connectors, compose extensions, and activity feed notifications—into a single Teams app to make it simpler to publish and manage. At Build 2017, partners such as Wrike, Sapho and Adobe will demonstrate their new Teams integrations.

Discover more about everything new with Microsoft Teams.

In addition to Teams-specific updates, there are many new opportunities to customize Office applications. Earlier this year, Office add-ins became available on Mac and iOS clients, making any add-in seamlessly exposed across many platforms. Today, we’re announcing expanded JavaScript APIs in Word and Excel, in preview, which let developers access and extend structured data within documents. We’re also previewing an easier, integrated sign-on system that streamlines the use of services such as Microsoft Graph for both developers and users.

OneDrive is adding new File Handler capabilities that allow partners to extend the experience of working with files with new web-based views and connected actions. The SharePoint Framework, available since February, let developers use modern JavaScript tools and frameworks to build web parts within SharePoint. The preview of SharePoint Framework Extensions, coming soon, will let developers use these tools to deeply customize SharePoint team sites, document libraries and lists. Find out more about SharePoint Framework Extensions.

New capabilities in the Microsoft Graph to build intelligent business processes and apps

Artificial intelligence and data can help your applications become more engaging and focused. On stage this morning, we demonstrated the upcoming Presentation Translator add-in, which leverages Microsoft’s translation APIs in PowerPoint, giving presenters the ability to add subtitles to their presentations in the same language or in different languages. Read more about the Presentation Translator and sign up for an early access.

Similarly, developers can integrate intelligence and data from around their organization to enhance the user experience and build focused business processes using the Microsoft Graph.

With brand new capabilities in addition to an expanding API set, Microsoft Graph is truly the ubiquitous API for accessing core data in an organization, and is critical to any business process or app. Today, the SharePoint site, OneNote and Planner data APIs are generally available and are ready for developers to use in production.

We are announcing new Insights APIs, coming soon in preview, which will let developers build smarter processes by leveraging relationships between users and documents. We are also expanding the library of webhooks, in preview, which includes user and group changes.

Today, we made two new core capabilities of Microsoft Graph generally available. Delta queries provide access to lists of changes for types of data, helping developers build powerful, high-performance application integrations. Custom data empowers developers to extend base types of Microsoft Graph (e.g., users, contacts) to store critical data in context.

These actions and activities can be orchestrated with Microsoft Flow. With Flow, every user can add actions and conditions in response to operations across Office 365. Developers can extend Flows easily with code hosted in Azure. Today, we are excited to announce an offer for Microsoft Azure ISV customers that enables them to directly provide new PowerApps and Flow Connectors to the broad audience of Office 365 customers. With expanding Microsoft Graph data from across the organization, a great development platform with Azure and native integration of Flow with applications such as SharePoint—it is now much easier to create focused, tailored business processes.

Last fall, we previewed Actionable Messages in Outlook on the web, which enabled users to take quick actions such as approving an expense report or assigning a project task to a team member from within Outlook. We are rolling out Actionable Messages to more Office 365 users in Microsoft Teams as well as in Outlook 2016 for Windows (in Insider Fast), with new integrations from Salesforce, Freshdesk, Wrike and more. We are also announcing new Actionable Message tools for developers. Learn more about building Actionable Messages for Outlook and Teams.

Actionable Messages let you take quick actions right from a conversation in Microsoft Teams and Outlook.

New ways to connect Office users with the partner integrations that matter to them

Finally, we are adding several new paths to get apps and add-ins in the hands of users.

The Office Store is now connected to Microsoft AppSource, making it easier for organizations to find the most relevant apps and add-ins to their work. With Office 365 apps and solutions available in Microsoft AppSource, business users can stay connected to relevant business apps and partners in one place.

Centralized deployment of Office add-ins is currently available in preview, allowing administrators to automatically deploy add-ins to their organization, making selected Office add-ins directly accessible from the ribbon and other key user experiences within Office, with general availability coming soon. Today, we’re announcing that centralized deployment is supported on Office for Mac and Office Online, allowing you to deploy add-ins from the Office Store as well as via a set of deployment scripts.

Office at Build—new capabilities to make every user more productive

For developers, Office continues to grow across all dimensions, with new development scenarios in Microsoft Teams and across Office applications, increased depth and data access with Microsoft Graph, and new ways to reach users with applications and integrations. The best time to transform work in organizations is now. At Build and through our online videos, developers can explore all that is new with the Office platform. Sign up for the Office Developer Program to stay connected to updates across these APIs.

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Welcome to the NSW DEC Office 365 User Guides

Welcome to the Microsoft Australia NSW DEC Office365 User Guide. Here you will find all the information, resources, links, tips and tricks related to using Office 365 in your schools and classrooms across New South Wales.

The set of tools in Office 365 are used around the world to support teaching and learning, and offer a wide range of educational benefits. These online services will assist schools in using a Bring Your Own Device strategy, allowing students and staff to collaborate from any device, anywhere they have access to the internet.In the video below, see how Campbelltown Performing Arts High School have used Office 365 in their school.

Microsoft Office 365 (Link to DEC Intranet) is a set of web-based applications that enable collaboration and creation in the classroom. This service includes online versions of Office products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.  In addition, Microsoft Office 365 offers collaboration and sharing opportunities via OneDrive and OneNote Class & Staff Notebook.

OneNote Support Guide

A comprehensive guide to using Office 365 in your classrooms and schools has been developed as a OneNote notebook.

Other Support Resources

  • For questions, queries and to learn from other users of Office 365 in NSW DEC, please visit the O365 Yammer community here.
  • Technical support information about using these services in the DEC environment is available via the Learning Tools Technical Support site (DEC Intranet)
  • To view the Microsoft NSW DEC Student privacy charter please click here.

 

How to Videos

In these videos, you will learn some ways you can use Office 365 in your classroom.

 

Using Excel for student performance tracking

Using OneNote to share assignments, collect homework and more in your classroom.

Simply collaborate with your class using Word Online