Spending some time mastering the basics of Office applications pays off in the long run, particularly if you’re new to Office or could use a refresher.
First, you should set up Office to connect with your Microsoft account, which helps you work in today’s increasingly connected, mobile world.
Next, learn how to perform Office’s most common tasks: opening, saving, printing, sharing, and closing files, as well as cutting, copying, and pasting using clipboard functionality. Although these should be familiar if you’re upgrading, Office 2016 does include some changes and new features.
Finally, spend a few ...