OneNote: Pin the Ribbon

By default the Ribbon in Microsoft OneNote collapses to provide extra screen space for taking your notes. If you want the Ribbon to stay expanded to give you quick access to the functions you use most you can pin the Ribbon down. Bottom Right With the Ribbon expanded,...

Office 365: Getting Started with PowerPoint

As 21st Century teachers we need to ensure that our students learn the new literacies. Check out Kathy Shrocks guide to the new literacies. Having students create presentations is a great way to improve their visual literacy skills and also to address the Common Core....

Collaborating on Agenda Template

In putting together an agenda with a group of people using Google Sheets or Excel in Office 365 can be very helpful. Online spreadsheets allows for collaborators to put an agenda together with input from multiple parties without relying on the ideas of one person. The...

Office 365: OneNote on the Mac

  If you are a user of Office 365 and are a Mac user you may notice that when you download Office that OneNote is missing. Mac App Store Go to the App Store on your Mac. Click Here to link there from iTunes.   OneNote is available in the App Store for free....

Office 365: Naming a Document

In Office 365 when you create a document the default title is “Document.” To rename this simply click on the title and edit it. Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailLike this:Like...

Office 365: Follow Documents

  Users of Office 365 will want to favorite or follow documents that are a top priority. This will allow teachers to better collaborate on documents. After logging into Office 365, choose OneDrive along the top. This will take you to your document list. Notice on...

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