On April 1st a group of us, mostly Microsoft MVP’s, are presenting 15 sessions on various components of Office 365. This is taking place in Grand Rapids which is a bit of a drive for our clients but it’s a free event and I think that the content is excellent. There’s something for end users of Office 365 and also for the more technical among us too.
Amy will be presenting two of these sessions. Her topics are the ones in Red below. I hope that you’ll be able to join us.
If you’d like to attend you can register here: http://www.office365day.org/event-registration/
Getting Started with Office 365
Conquering Excel Workbooks with PowerPivot and PowerQuery
MAC integration tips
Beyond Notepad – Capturing, Sharing & Organizing in OneNote
Selected Solutions in Sharepoint
When should I consider moving from Excel to Access
The art of integration – How do your programs work together?
Learn how to gather data, automate tasks and share results in Excel
How to give an effective powerpoint presentation
Protecting your data in the cloud
Taming outlook for the MAC
Office 365 30 tips in 60 minutes
Introduction to PowerApps
Introduction to PowerBI
– Amy, president
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