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A few days ago we introduced the first in a series of Quick Start Guides all about the new features to be found within the applications making up Office 2016. If you missed the first instalment last week, here's the Word 2016 Quick Start Guide. Today we're going to take a closer look at Excel 2016.
Last week was an exciting time for us with the release of Office 2016. Packed full of new features and improvements, there are plenty of ways in which educators and students of all ages will be able to achieve more with the latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote.
Over the last few weeks we have been looking at a series of video tutorials for Sway, and so far we have explored what Sway is and how it can be used to make a tutorial and share a vacation - but it doesn't stop there. Another way that this app can help you to collaborate and share at school, at home or on the go, is through creating newsletters.
Next month we will be opening the doors of our UK HQ for a full day of all things Surface within education. Interact and take a sneak peek at what the future of classroom looks like with the power of Surface, Surface Pro, and Surface Hub.
DreamSpark will give you access to professional-level developer and designer tools, so you can chase your dreams and create the next big breakthrough in technology, or simply get a head start in your career. Here’s how to get access.
Today sees the worldwide release of Office 2016 for Windows, giving students and teachers access to a host of new features, as well as improvements to many of the existing functionalities that are used on a daily basis in classrooms, study groups, at home or on the move.
There is a lot of performance data available, from RAISE Online and OFSTED inspection data, through to data that schools manage within their own systems, and it’s becoming more important than ever to be able to draw insight from that data with speed and ease.
Teachers will often find themselves working from many different locations and on different machines. Whether it's moving between classrooms, checking emails from the staffroom, marking assignments on the train using a mobile device, or planning lessons at home, educators are always looking for a way to work wherever they are.