Using Office Apps – Tutorials

The following tutorial guides and videos have been created to show you how to use Office features on your mobile devices.

Word

Word is an application which allows word publishing on your mobile device. Students are entitled to download and install a full version of Word for their mobile devices, to learn more about this please click here.

The following guides have been created which explain the basic functionality of Word for your mobile device please see below:

Excel

Excel an application which allows spreadsheets to be created on your mobile device. Students are entitled to download and install a full version of Excel for their mobile devices, to learn more about this please click here.

The following guides have been created which explain the basic functionality of Excel for your mobile device please see below:

PowerPoint

PowerPoint an application which allows presentations to be created on your mobile device. Students are entitled to download and install a full version of PowerPoint for their mobile devices, to learn more about this please click here.

The following guides have been created which explain the basic functionality of PowerPoint for your mobile device please see below:

OneDrive

OneDrive is a feature of Office365 that allows documents and files to be created, edited and saved directly to a users account. In addition files can also be downloaded from OneDrive and worked locally on a mobile device by using the Microsoft Office App’s. Students can access OneDrive through their school email account and password.

To download Microsoft OneDrive for your mobile device please see below:

Note: You will need to sign in to Office365* first to be able to view the video below, click here to sign in.

(Log-on using your school e-mail address* and password)

Your school e-mail address is your normal school network log-on ID followed by @flhs.wigan.sch.uk

 

Using the OneDrive App with your school account on your mobile device:

The following support documentation above are provided in PDF format and will open on most computers, tablets and smartphones without the need for additional software, but if you need to download a reader follow this link (computers only) or on tablets and smartphones use the Apple iTunes or Google Play stores.