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Office 365 - PowerPoint 2016

Date: 11th September 2015

Duration: 25:33

Show ref: SCOM0520

Office 365 is Microsoft’s new subscription service that allows Mac users to access the latest versions of their Office suite of applications - Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote and Outlook.

In this short series of shows, I take a look at the three core applications finishing this week with an overview of Microsoft PowerPoint 2016.

Office 365 - PowerPoint for iOS

Date: 11th September 2015

Duration: 13:53

Show ref: SCOI0234

Office 365 is Microsoft’s new subscription service that allows Mac users to access the latest versions of their Office suite of applications - Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote and Outlook.

Versions of all 5 apps are available as free downloads for iPad and iPhone.

In this short series of shows, I take a look at the three core applications finishing this week with an overview of Microsoft Powerpoint on the iPad.

Office 365 - Excel 2016

Date: 4th September 2015

Duration: 28:34

Show ref: SCOM0519

Office 365 is Microsoft’s new subscription service that allows Mac users to access the latest versions of their Office suite of applications - Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote and Outlook.

In this short series of shows, I take a look at the three core applications continuing this week with an overview of Microsoft Excel 2016.

Office 365 - Excel for iOS

Date: 4th September 2015

Duration: 19:58

Show ref: SCOI0233

Following on from this week's Mac show, I take a look at Excel on the iPad and iPhone.

In this short series of shows, I'll be taking a look at the three core applications, continuing this week with an overview of Microsoft Excel on iOS.

Office 365 - Word 2016

Date: 28th August 2015

Duration: 26:11

Show ref: SCOM0518

Office 365 is Microsoft's new subscription service that allows Mac users to access the latest versions of their Office suite of applications - Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote and Outlook.

In this short series of shows, I take a look at the three core applications starting this week with a look at the install process and an overview of Microsoft Word 2016.

Office 365 - Word for iOS

Date: 28th August 2015

Duration: 13:47

Show ref: SCOI0232

Office 365 is the new subscription service from Microsoft that allows users to access the latest versions of their Office suite of applications - Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote and Outlook.

Versions of all 5 apps are available as free downloads for iPad and iPhone.

In this short series of shows, I'll be taking a look at the three core applications, starting this week with an overview of Microsoft Word on iOS.

OneNote for Mac

Date: 18th April 2014

Duration: 28:43

Show ref: SCOM0448

Collect your thoughts and ideas using OneNote from Microsoft.

OneNote is a cross platform digital notebook with clients available for Mac, iPad, iPhone, PC and Android, as well as online access via your favourite browser and it's free!

With 7GB of free online storage as well as seamless syncing, OneNote allows you to create notebooks, sections and pages and populate them with text, tables and images. All your data is stored online and synchronised between all of your computers and devices.

OneNote for iOS

Date: 18th April 2014

Duration: 15:44

Show ref: SCOI0159

Collect your thoughts and ideas using OneNote from Microsoft.

OneNote is a cross platform digital notebook with clients available for Mac, iPad, iPhone, PC and Android, as well as online access via your favourite browser and it's free!

With 7GB of online storage for free and seamless syncing, OneNote allows you to create notebooks, sections and pages and populate them with text, tables and images. All your data is stored online and syncronised between all of your computers and devices.

The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

In this second of a two part series, I take a look at animating multiple objects on a slide as well as exploring some of the specific table and chart animation effects, including the new Magic Chart effect.

The Presenter's Display is a fantastic tool, and has been updated with some great new features including the ability to rehearse and time your presentation in real time, viewing all your slide transitions and builds as well as taking notes - all at the same time!

With the new iCloud integration, you can open the same files on your Mac and iOS device, and even play your presentation from the web in a browser!

Keynote still remains one of my favourite applications.

The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

In this second of a two part series, I take a look at the animating multiple objects on a slide as well as exploring some of the specific table and chart animation effects, including the new Magic Chart effect.

The Presenter's Display is a fantastic tool, and has been updated with some great new features including the ability to rehearse and time your presentation in real time, viewing all your slide transition and builds as well as taking notes - all at the same time!

With the new iCloud integration, you can open the same files on your Mac and iOS device, and even play your presentation from the web in a browser!

Keynote still remains one of my favourite applications.

The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

Create and deliver amazing looking presentations with Keynote.

The application has been re-written to provide cross platform compatibility with iOS enabling you to use your Mac, iPad or iPhone in all stages of your presentation production and delivery.

Apple have simplified the user interface, without removing the power and have made it easier than ever to manipulate and animate objects and text on your slides.

In this first of a two part series, I take a look at the new user interface as well as exploring slide transitions (including the fantastic Magic Move transition) and creating complex builds and animations on objects.

The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

Create and deliver amazing presentations with Keynote.

The application has been re-written to provide cross platform compatibility with iOS enabling you to use your Mac, iPad or iPhone in all stages of your presentation production and delivery.

Apple have simplified the user interface, without removing the power and have made it easier than ever to manipulate and animate objects and text on your slides.

In this first of a two part series, I take a look at the new user interface as well as exploring slide transitions (including the fantastic Magic Move transition).

The final part of our two part series on Numbers for the Mac.

Apple have re-written Numbers from scratch to add additional compatibility with the iOS version, and to allow you to share and collaborate on iCloud.

In this episode, I take a look at using formulas and functions as well as inserting and manipulating charts and other objects into your spreadsheets.

The final part of our two part series on Numbers for iOS.

Apple have re-written Numbers from scratch to add additional compatibility with the Mac version, and to allow you to share and collaborate on iCloud.

In this episode, I take a look at using formulas and functions as well as inserting and manipulating charts and other objects into your spreadsheets.

As part of our ongoing coverage of all the new iWork applications, this week I take a look at Numbers for the Mac.

Apple have re-written Numbers from scratch to add additional compatibility with the iOS version, and to allow you to share and collaborate on iCloud.

This first in a two part series, will take you through the basics of Numbers and give you a good understanding of some of its core features and capabilities.

[Note: The day before publication, Apple released Numbers v3.1 on the Mac as well as an updated iOS version. The new version does not impact on any of the elements covered in this video as it's mainly bug fixes and stabilities improvements, with just a couple of tweaks - I'll cover them next week]

As part of our ongoing coverage of all the new iWork applications, this week I take a look at Numbers for the iOS.

Apple have re-written Numbers from scratch to add additional compatibility with the Mac version, and to allow you to share and collaborate on iCloud.

This first in a two part series will take you through the basics of Numbers and give you a good understanding of some of its core features and capabilities.

[Note: The day before publication, Apple released Numbers v3.1 on the Mac as well as an updated iOS version. The new version does not impact on any of the elements covered in this video as it'd mainly bug fixes and stability improvements, with just a couple of tweaks - I'll cover them next week]

Pages for iOS - Part 3

Date: 21st December 2013

Duration: 22:41

Show ref: SCOI0142

Continuing on from last week, I take a final look at Pages for iOS.

A universal app and fully optimised for iOS7, Pages for iOS gives you full access to all your documents in iCloud from any of your iOS devices.

The new version of Pages is a complete re-write, and brings basic feature parity and a unified file format across the Mac, iOS and the Web.

This week, I complete this short series by checking out Interactive Tables, Document formatting and sharing via iCloud.

Pages for Mac - Part 2

Date: 14th December 2013

Duration: 40:08

Show ref: SCOM0430

Following on from last week's show, I complete my coverage of Pages for the Mac.

Pages '13 for the Mac is a complete re-write, and brings parity and a unified file format across the Mac, iOS and the Web.

Whilst some of the more advanced features of Pages '09 have been removed to accommodate the new cross platform support, Pages '13 is still a useful tool for a large percentage of word processing needs.

In this week's show, I continue my coverage of the entire suite of updated iWork and iLife suites, by taking a final look at some of the basics of Pages for the Mac. Be sure to check out episode SCOM0429 for part 1, as well as SCOI0140, 141 & 142 for Pages on iOS

Pages for iOS - Part 2

Date: 14th December 2013

Duration: 17:28

Show ref: SCOI0141

Continuing on from last week, I take a further look at Pages for iOS.

A universal app and fully optimised for iOS7, Pages for iOS gives you full access to all your documents in iCloud from any of your iOS devices.

The new version of Pages is a complete re-write, and brings basic feature parity and a unified file format across the Mac, iOS and the Web.

This week, I cover inserting and manipulating Media, Tables and Text Boxes.

Pages for Mac - Part 1

Date: 7th December 2013

Duration: 31:12

Show ref: SCOM0429

Pages is Apple's latest word processing application and has been completely re-written from scratch.

The re-write brings basic feature parity and a unified file format across the three primary platforms supported by Apple - The Mac, iOS and the Web via iCloud.

Whilst some of the more advanced features of the previous version of Pages have been removed to accommodate the new cross platform support, Pages is still a useful tool for a large percentage of basic word processing needs and it's now free!

In this week's show, I start my coverage of the entire suite of updated iWork and iLife suites, by taking an initial look at some of the basics of Pages for the Mac.

No previous knowledge of Pages is assumed and I start from first principles.

Pages for iOS - Part 1

Date: 7th December 2013

Duration: 19:55

Show ref: SCOI0140

As well as a new version of Pages for the Mac, Apple have launched a brand new version of Pages for iOS.

A universal app and fully optimised for iOS7, Pages for iOS gives you full access to all your documents in iCloud from any of your iOS devices.

The new version of Pages is a complete re-write, and brings basic feature parity and a unified file format across the Mac, iOS and the Web.

In this week's show, I start by taking an initial look at some of the basics of Pages for iOS. No previous knowledge of Pages is assumed and the tutorial will lead you through from first principles.