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Topic # 223935 24-Oct-2017 18:05
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I want to learn it as an IT Admin. I have experience in installed versions of Office products but never used online version.

 

Is there any way to try it and learn it. I prefer not learning it through a course.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks.


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30 days isn't long enough to learn it. If you are a student, can you get free access via an institution?


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1888947 24-Oct-2017 20:33
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nas:

 

You get a 30 day trial https://products.office.com/en-us/business/office-365-affiliate-program-try-business-premium

 

No credit card needed

 

 

Thanks I will try that.




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  Reply # 1888948 24-Oct-2017 20:33
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mattwnz:

 

30 days isn't long enough to learn it. If you are a student, can you get free access via an institution?

 

 

Nope not a student nor in a company.


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mattwnz:

 

30 days isn't long enough to learn it.

 

 

You can never bloody learn it, they keep changing stuff every week! :)

 

Just look at the different ways to create an O365 group and the different services that get provisioned depending on which app you create it in...








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