Office 365 (Outlook | Outlook on the web) - Learn to Use Office 365

Welcome to the Office 365 training resources page. Click on the links below to find self-study training options for the specific client:

If you have already migrated to Office 365, please make sure you have completed the steps on the Office 365 Migration Checklist.

Note: The Office 365 project is not funded beyond 12/31/2015. After January 1, 2016, campus departments may contract with DoIT's Academic Technology Department for on-site or customized training. Contact: office365_training@doit.wisc.edu.

Outlook on the web

Outlook on the web (for email, calendar, contacts, and tasks) requires no configuration and is available anywhere you have an Internet connection. For example, once you are migrated to Office 365, if you are away from the office (don’t have your own computer with you), and you need to check your UW-Madison email and calendar on someone else's machine, log into the web address: https://email.wisc.edu/. Note: You may also click on the Email/Calendar link found on many UW-Madison websites such as www.wisc.edu (the UW-Madison home page).

DoIT Materials

Self-Study Training Options
Videos
Outlook on the web Self-Study Materials
Printable Job Aids

Outlook 2016 for Windows

Outlook 2016 for Windows is software installed on your laptop or desktop machine and requires your account/device to be configured for Office 365 before you can access your UW-Madison email, calendar, contacts and tasks. If part of your job requires you to do complex calendaring and email, we recommend using Outlook 2016 for Windows because it offers more robust features than Outlook on the web. Your email, calendar, contacts, and tasks are shared between Outlook 2016 for Windows and Outlook on the web.

DoIT Materials

Outlook 2016 for Windows Self-Study Materials
Printable Job Aids

Outlook 2013 for Windows

Important: By February 2017, Microsoft will no longer push any updates to Office 2013 suite of applications. Please see the following document for further details: Office 365 - Microsoft Office 2013 path to retirement.

Outlook 2013 for Windows is software installed on your laptop or desktop machine and requires your account/device to be configured for Office 365 before you can access your UW-Madison email, calendar, contacts and tasks. If part of your job requires you to do complex calendaring and email, we recommend using Outlook 2013 for Windows because it offers more robust features than Outlook on the web. Your email, calendar, contacts, and tasks are shared between Outlook 2013 for Windows and Outlook on the web.

DoIT Materials

Self-Study Training Options
Videos
Outlook 2013 Self-Study Materials
Printable Job Aids

Outlook 2016 for Mac

Outlook 2016 for Mac is software installed on your laptop or desktop machine and requires your account/device to be configured for Office 365 before you can access your UW-Madison email, calendar, contacts and tasks. If part of your job requires you to do complex calendaring and email, we recommend using Outlook 2016 for Mac because it offers more robust features than Outlook on the web. Your email, calendar, contacts, and tasks are shared between Outlook 2016 for Mac and Outlook on the web.

DoIT Materials

Outlook 2016 for Mac Self-Study Materials
Printable Job Aids




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