Synopses & Reviews
- Microsoft Office Live is a service that allows individuals, small businesses, and organizations to create Web sites, share documents, and have a shared storage area on the Web
- Explains how to create a Web site; share documents, contact lists, project plans, and calendars; send or receive e-mails using Live Mail; and allow customers, employees, and vendors access to data based on specific security restrictions
- Discusses establishing security levels, sharing documents, defining and managing projects, tracking company assets, using the Contact Manager, using marketing campaigns, and working with client workspaces
- Office Live services can be used independently but they also integrate well with Microsoft Office programs used regularly by more than 400 million people around the world, including Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, Microsoft Office Live Meeting and Microsoft Office Small Business Edition
* Office Live services can be used independently but they also integrate well with Microsoft Office programs used regularly by more than 400 million people around the world, including Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, Microsoft Office Live Meeting and Microsoft Office Small Business Edition
Automate common tasks like managing projects, customers, and documents
The fun and easy way to share your data online and grow your business
Want to make Office Live work for you? Now you can get up and running quickly in all the basics with this nuts-and-bolts guide. From creating a Web site and defining projects to sharing data with key contacts and tracking company assets, you'll save time (and money!) as you efficiently connect with employees, customers, and vendors — leaving more time for business!
- Sign up for Office Live
Work with e-mail accounts
Establish security levels
Use Business Contact Manager
Get more with the Premium Service
Integrate with other Microsoft Office programs
About the Author
Karen S. Fredricks
began her life rather non-technically growing up in Kenya. She attended high school in Beirut, Lebanon, where she developed her sense of humor while dodging bombs. After traveling all over the world, Karen ended up at the University of Florida and has been an ardent Gator fan ever since. In addition to undergraduate studies in English, Theater and Accounting, Karen has a Master’s degree in Psycholinguistics. Beginning her career teaching high school English and theatre, Karen switched to working with the PC during its inception in the early '80s and has worked as a full-time computer consultant and trainer ever since.
Karen is an ACT! Certified Consultant, an ACT! Premier Trainer, a Microsoft Office User Specialist, and a QuickBooks Pro Certified Advisor. She is the author of four For Dummies books on ACT! In addition, she has co-written Outlook 2007 Business Contact Manager For Dummies and Outlook 2007 Allin-One Desk Reference For Dummies. A true fan of the Dummies series, she helped organize The Authors Unconference, the first ever gathering of For Dummies authors.
Table of Contents
Part I: Discovering this Thing Called Office Live.
Chapter 1: Who Moved My Shrinkwrap?
Chapter 2: Picking a Flavor of Office Live.
Chapter 3: Getting Office Live Up and Running.
Part II: Getting Down to Basics with Office Live Basics.
Chapter 4: Working with Basic E-Mail.
Chapter 5: Everyone Needs a Web Site.
Chapter 6: Optimizing Your Web Site.
Chapter 7: Playing the Dating Game.
Part III: Adding a Few Essentials.
Chapter 8: Working with Business Contact Manager.
Chapter 9: Working with Workspaces.
Chapter 10: Taking the Show on the Road.
Chapter 11: A Few Other Tricks of the Trade.
Part IV: Getting Premium Service.
Chapter 12: Minding Your Business with Business Applications.
Chapter 13: Time (Manager) Is on Your Side.
Chapter 14: Managing Your Projects with Project Manager.
Chapter 15: Selling Your Heart Out.
Chapter 16: We’re Going to the Library.
Chapter 17: Who’s Minding the Store?
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 18: Ten Cool Benefits of Office Live.
Chapter 19: Ten Types of People Who Could Benefit from Office Live.
Chapter 20: Ten Questions You Might Have about Software as a Service (SaaS).