Office 365 is the online cloud-based suite that includes simplified, online versions of popular Microsoft software. You can use Office 365 to share and collaborate with people inside and outside your organization. You can access and edit these documents at the same time as others using either the online version or the full desktop software.
You have access to Office 365, which includes OneDrive, OneNote, SharePoint, Teams, and Office apps like Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. You can install Office 365 on up to 5 personal devices:
- Go to Office 365 landing page and log-in using your user ID an password
- Click on Install Office
- Choose Office 365 apps
- Use Office Online to view and edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files in a web browser
- Store documents in Office 365 and access them seamlessly in Office desktop applications as old as Office 2007
- Access and edit documents from your phone, tablet, or other mobile device
- Collaborate on Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files, including simultaneous co-authoring
Note: The online version of Office does not contain all of the features of the desktop software. For a list of the differences, see Microsoft's Office Online Service Description Page.
To see descriptions on the Microsoft App Landing page, go to the bottom left edge of the site and click on All Apps.
Learn How to Use Office 365
There are several workshops that cover Office 365 apps, which can be found on our Workshops web site.
If you are interested in learning more about an app not offered in a workshop, our training team can provide desk side assistance for the following apps:
- Power Automate
- To Do
Contact our team for deskside support.