00:00:01 - Hey everyone.
00:00:02 - Welcome to the CBT Nugget
series on Word 2013.
00:00:06 - And the best way to start off,
I think, this series is to
00:00:09 - tell you a little bit about
what's new in Office 2013
00:00:13 - overall, which of course
will include Word 2013.
00:00:18 - So what is new in Office 2013?
00:00:21 - I'm sure a lot of you are pretty
excited to see some of
00:00:24 - the new features, some of the
new things that we have
00:00:26 - available to us.
00:00:28 - And one thing, of course, that
I think is kind of cool is
00:00:31 - SharePoint and SQL
00:00:33 - We'll tell you why here
in just a second.
00:00:35 - Active Directory activation, and
of course Apps for Office.
00:00:38 - Well, those are the first three
that we'll take a look
00:00:40 - at right now.
00:00:42 - And probably the one that I know
for a lot of my friends
00:00:45 - who are really big into Access,
is that the SharePoint
00:00:50 - and SQL integration now means
that when you run Access 2013,
00:00:59 - basically it is an app that
runs with SharePoint.
00:01:04 - So it's basically like a web
app that runs in a browser
00:01:08 - utilizing SharePoint as
its kind of backend at
00:01:11 - least for the tools.
00:01:14 - Now, the cool thing is that
it also now becomes--
00:01:20 - or accesses the database
through SQL 2012.
00:01:24 - So if you create the app in a
SharePoint server, that the
00:01:27 - company has, Access is going to
create the database in the
00:01:31 - SQL Server 2012 installation
that you obviously are
00:01:35 - integrating anyway
00:01:36 - I mean, that's one of the
big things, right,
00:01:38 - with SharePoint 2013?
00:01:39 - And so, in fact, check out
Tim Warner's series
00:01:42 - on SharePoint 2013.
00:01:44 - Absolutely incredible.
00:01:45 - And I'll give you a little
bit more idea.
00:01:47 - But those of you who were like,
oh, it used to be Access
00:01:51 - was kind of the orphaned
stepchild of the Office
00:01:54 - products, because everybody
was like, I mean, if you
00:01:56 - really want to use a database,
you want to use SQL.
00:02:00 - Well, now Access 2013 can become
that web app that you
00:02:03 - use in a browser and have
access to all of
00:02:07 - your database objects.
00:02:10 - The data, the tables, the
queries, the macros, the
00:02:12 - forms, everything else is going
to be accessible to you
00:02:15 - through that, which is pretty
00:02:18 - Active Directory activation.
00:02:20 - Now, a lot of people were
thinking I was going to
00:02:22 - probably say at this point
Active Directory integration.
00:02:26 - Well, here's the thing.
00:02:27 - Active Directory activation is
actually a pretty nifty thing.
00:02:31 - Now, for those of you who are
the IT directors or anything,
00:02:35 - remember, we have that
thing called VL,
00:02:38 - right, volume licensing?
00:02:44 - Now I'm going to tell you why
this is cool for both you as
00:02:46 - an IT admin and you
as an end user.
00:02:49 - Volume licensing as an IT admin,
when you have 800 to
00:02:53 - 1,000 employees and you need to
roll out your new versions
00:02:58 - of Office, like Office 2010 and
Office 2013, it used to be
00:03:04 - with the Microsoft policy you
had to activate those volume
00:03:09 - license editions, right?
00:03:10 - And that was both on a physical
computer or whether
00:03:13 - it was running in a
00:03:14 - Well, now with Active Directory
activation, any time
00:03:19 - a user logs into a domain--
00:03:21 - so in this case, maybe it's
00:03:30 - or as we always say,
00:03:33 - and that user logs into the
domain, guess what?
00:03:39 - There is a Group Policy object
out there that's going to say,
00:03:42 - yes, this person has access
to Office 2013.
00:03:44 - Boom.
00:03:45 - Installation.
00:03:46 - Boom.
00:03:46 - It is activated.
00:03:48 - Boom.
00:03:48 - You're done.
00:03:49 - So the Office 2013 volume
license clients can
00:03:52 - automatically activate
against the domain.
00:03:55 - However, there are some ways
that the quid pro quos and the
00:04:00 - little et cetera, et cetera
additions to that.
00:04:03 - It has to be Windows
8 or Server 2012.
00:04:14 - Those are the two machines that
can allow you to do that.
00:04:16 - So if you're using that, then
that would of course be a
00:04:18 - client computer running Server
2012, you would need that.
00:04:22 - Very cool feature.
00:04:23 - Obviously, it takes a lot of
work away from I would say the
00:04:28 - IT admin guy, because now
he just puts in a
00:04:30 - Group Policy object.
00:04:31 - Boom.
00:04:32 - You're done.
00:04:32 - For the end user, you get a
brand new Windows 8 machine.
00:04:35 - You log into the domain.
00:04:38 - The IT admin doesn't need to
worry about whether you are
00:04:40 - active, because he's already put
your username, or you as a
00:04:44 - user I should say,
into a group.
00:04:46 - That group then has the Group
Policy activated to it against
00:04:48 - the domain.
00:04:49 - And you will then
get Office 2013.
00:04:52 - And it will automatically
activate for that, which I
00:04:55 - think is pretty dang
00:04:58 - Now we also have what are
called Apps for Office.
00:05:03 - Apps for Office.
00:05:04 - Now Apps for Office is basically
you can use-- and I
00:05:09 - know this sounds kind
00:05:11 - You can create new
00:05:15 - So this would be like
a new application.
00:05:21 - And it actually integrates and
works with Office 2013.
00:05:28 - And the way that you can do
this is you can use things
00:05:31 - like HTML5.
00:05:34 - You can use XML, of course,
because that's what we're
00:05:37 - using anything else.
00:05:39 - You can use CSS3.
00:05:46 - And even--
00:05:48 - and I had to check this,
but it's true--
00:05:50 - REST APIs.
00:05:53 - Now, for those of you guys are
programming, and you're
00:05:56 - thinking, wow.
00:05:57 - That's kind of cool.
00:05:58 - So think about this.
00:05:59 - Now for an end user, you're
like, uh, what does this mean?
00:06:02 - Basically an App for Office is
a web page that's inside a
00:06:06 - client application.
00:06:09 - So for example you could run--
00:06:13 - if I have Word, Word 2013
running, and I build an app
00:06:19 - for it, and within that
application, Word 2013, you
00:06:24 - can add a translation app that
has been written that is web
00:06:34 - accessible.
00:06:35 - In other words, you can
go out and access
00:06:37 - this through the web.
00:06:38 - It brings it into
00:06:40 - And they work together.
00:06:43 - And by the way, this can
be out on a catalog
00:06:45 - that you can locate--
00:06:46 - yeah, you've got it--
00:06:47 - out here through SharePoint or
out on the web somewhere.
00:06:51 - So again, this is kind of a cool
thing that you can use,
00:06:54 - Apps for Office.
00:06:57 - And by the way, and you notice,
all of these are very
00:07:00 - common and open source, most of
them, type of environments.
00:07:05 - So it's not like something like
it's only Microsoft stuff
00:07:07 - that can work with this.
00:07:09 - It's not true.
00:07:10 - One of the best examples
I've seen is--
00:07:14 - of course, Microsoft owns
this-- but Bing.
00:07:16 - Bing has the translation app.
00:07:18 - And they can use that
as a task pane.
00:07:19 - So something really cool and
something I think most of you
00:07:23 - would really be interested
in if you are more in the
00:07:26 - development side of things for
your particular company.
00:07:30 - So what else is new in
2013 that we can
00:07:32 - get all excited about?
00:07:34 - Well, Office Web Apps and Office
Web App Server, which
00:07:38 - is pretty cool; SkyDrive
Pro; and Sign-In IDs.
00:07:42 - These are just three other
things that I think are
00:07:44 - probably more relevant to most
people as both end users and
00:07:48 - as IT admins.
00:07:50 - Now, some of you, especially if
you're an end user, you're
00:07:52 - thinking to yourself, OK.
00:07:54 - What's the difference between
and app that you just talked
00:07:58 - about, Chris, and these
Office Web Apps?
00:08:00 - Well, Office Web Apps have been
around for just a little
00:08:03 - bit, especially with the
introduction of Office 365.
00:08:06 - Office Web Apps basically allow
you to have a browser--
00:08:12 - you can use any supported
00:08:14 - and you can use I would say
kind of a stripped-down
00:08:17 - version of Word, Excel,
PowerPoint and OneNote.
00:08:21 - So again, you can use Word,
PowerPoint, Excel, and one of
00:08:33 - my favorites, OneNote.
00:08:37 - Check out my OneNote series, by
the way, or the Office 365.
00:08:40 - And you'll see I actually
talk about Web Apps.
00:08:42 - And so Web Apps, basically
any supported web
00:08:44 - browser will work.
00:08:46 - And by the way, that includes
on mobile devices,
00:08:49 - specifically Windows Phone.
00:08:53 - You can tell she's really
excited about that.
00:08:56 - IPhones.
00:08:56 - I have it on mine.
00:08:58 - And I have it on my
iPad as well.
00:09:00 - So you can do that.
00:09:01 - Now, understand on the iPhone,
the screen's a little small,
00:09:03 - so you know you're not going
to be doing a tremendous
00:09:06 - amount of different things.
00:09:09 - But basically, Office Web Apps
used to be all about
00:09:13 - SharePoint.
00:09:15 - But now we actually have what
is known as the Office Web
00:09:19 - Apps Server, which is a
00:09:24 - You can actually get this and
you don't have to have
00:09:26 - SharePoint running.
00:09:28 - Now I would say you definitely
want to try to have the Office
00:09:33 - Web Apps Server running
00:09:35 - But for the most part, you
don't absolutely need it.
00:09:40 - Now, most people--
00:09:41 - I would say this.
00:09:42 - Most people in a Microsoft shop
are going to be running
00:09:45 - SharePoint, especially
SharePoint 2013, because I
00:09:47 - already showed you some really
neat integration that happens.
00:09:50 - But it is now unnecessary for
those Web Apps to be running,
00:09:55 - because you now have the
Office Web Apps Server.
00:09:58 - One last thing on that is you
could actually create an
00:10:02 - Office Web Apps Server farm,
which can provide Office
00:10:05 - services to just about
00:10:07 - which is kind of cool.
00:10:09 - And also, of course, SharePoint
2013, Link 2013,
00:10:13 - Exchange 2013 if you're going
to be using Outlook, also
00:10:18 - somewhat important
for doing that.
00:10:21 - Now, SkyDrive Pro.
00:10:24 - SkyDrive Pro.
00:10:26 - What can we say about
00:10:30 - SkyDrive Pro, remember
SkyDrive's been around for a
00:10:32 - little bit.
00:10:33 - And a lot of people
have used it.
00:10:34 - But now, you can take it to
larger amounts of data or
00:10:40 - documents that are
00:10:43 - Users can take their documents
basically in SkyDrive--
00:10:47 - used to be you had to have
that web connectivity.
00:10:49 - You now have offline access,
which is nice.
00:10:54 - And so let's say you take
a document offline.
00:10:56 - You do some editing.
00:10:57 - As soon as you link back in and
sign back in up into the
00:11:02 - cloud, it will then immediately
00:11:06 - we'll do a little lightning
bolt here, a
00:11:08 - little lightning bolt.
00:11:09 - And it will synchronize
that to your document.
00:11:13 - And by the way, if you have your
Windows Phone, it will
00:11:17 - then automatically
update that one.
00:11:18 - And then I've got my
iPad over here.
00:11:20 - And boom, it'll update
that one as well.
00:11:24 - So now you could work
00:11:26 - you're online or offline.
00:11:27 - You can work on any devices.
00:11:29 - Plus, now with the offline
access, what makes Pro even
00:11:33 - better is, if I've got Bob here,
Sue, and then Jeremy--
00:11:39 - because I always have
to throw Jeremy into
00:11:41 - one of these things.
00:11:42 - So I've got Bob, Sue,
00:11:44 - Jeremy's on an iPad.
00:11:47 - Sue's on her laptop.
00:11:50 - And bob's on his
00:11:53 - OK.
00:11:56 - So you have three people,
three different devices.
00:11:58 - OK.
00:11:59 - Guess what?
00:12:00 - We can all work on the same
document at the same time,
00:12:06 - offline or online.
00:12:08 - And the SkyDrive Pro Windows
sync client will synchronize
00:12:12 - the changes between the users.
00:12:14 - And obviously as we've seen
before in my previous Office
00:12:18 - products that I've shown to you,
if there are conflicts,
00:12:21 - it will show both and say, which
one do you want to use?
00:12:24 - And it will inform
the other users,
00:12:25 - hey, there's a conflict.
00:12:27 - You know, Bob said he wanted
it to say something.
00:12:29 - Jeremy said he wanted it
to say something else.
00:12:31 - And so SkyDrive Pro,
very, very cool.
00:12:33 - So you can share, collaborate
00:12:36 - And that's going to be-- you
know, I like to say I like
00:12:39 - what they've done.
00:12:39 - They've really improved
00:12:42 - It used to be kind of one of
those, it's all right.
00:12:46 - Apple was doing a little
bit better job.
00:12:48 - That's my personal opinion.
00:12:50 - But now, iCloud's good.
00:12:52 - But SkyDrive works
00:12:53 - And of course it is integrated
directly, because it actually
00:12:56 - has a Windows sync, or what
they call SkyDrive Windows
00:12:59 - sync application that runs in
the background doing that.
00:13:03 - Sign-in IDs.
00:13:05 - Here's the thing.
00:13:06 - Remember now, Office is more
and more now web-enabled.
00:13:10 - Office 365.
00:13:12 - Office 2013 obviously can be
localized on your computer.
00:13:16 - But how do you sign in?
00:13:18 - Now, you can sign in several
different ways, because again,
00:13:22 - now as I'm going to show you--
as soon as I talk about it
00:13:26 - I'll actually demonstrate
what we mean by sign in.
00:13:28 - On the Sign-In IDs, you can
sign in with a Live ID.
00:13:36 - So you can use Microsoft's Live
if you've got a Hotmail
00:13:40 - account, if you've
got a Microsoft
00:13:43 - MSN, the old MSN account.
00:13:45 - Now it's a Live account.
00:13:46 - You can sign in that way.
00:13:47 - Or, get this, you can sign in
with an Office 365 account.
00:13:54 - That's a 365 account.
00:13:56 - You can use this one
or this one.
00:13:59 - And the other cool thing is,
you can say, you know what?
00:14:02 - I only want to allow people
to sign in with this one.
00:14:05 - Or I only want people to
sign in with this one.
00:14:07 - Or you can actually have it to
where it completely locks it
00:14:11 - down and say, no.
00:14:14 - You can't sign in by using
either one of those IDs.
00:14:17 - And so usually used in a
00:14:19 - especially if you've got that
running and you don't want
00:14:23 - people to get out there and try
to log in on the portal.
00:14:25 - I mean, think about it.
00:14:26 - It's a web-based portal to get
into that environment.
00:14:30 - And if you're using
00:14:33 - You might want to
shut that down.
00:14:34 - So that's a little bit
more better security.
00:14:36 - So you can sign in with your
Live ID or Office 365.
00:14:41 - So the next thing I want to
show you, though, is the
00:14:42 - actual new start to the
interface that we have here,
00:14:47 - just to kind of get you a little
used to that and show
00:14:49 - you what I mean by especially
the Sign-in ID.
00:14:54 - So here we are on my desktop.
00:14:55 - So pop in on here.
00:14:57 - And you'll notice that I went
ahead and I created at least
00:14:59 - three shortcuts on my desktop.
00:15:01 - Now, a real quick point about
this and the series.
00:15:04 - This is a Windows 7 machine.
00:15:06 - So I'm just kind of showcasing
this to you.
00:15:09 - PowerPoint 2013, Word 2013,
any of the Office 2013
00:15:12 - products work on Windows
7, work just fine.
00:15:15 - Going forward for the most part,
you are going to see me
00:15:17 - utilizing the Windows
00:15:19 - And there are a couple of nice
little nifty features that you
00:15:23 - can use with that.
00:15:24 - But the most important things
for an exam perspective, for
00:15:28 - those of you who are studying
for the exam, you
00:15:30 - don't have to worry.
00:15:31 - None of that is important.
00:15:32 - Now for end user experience and
where do I find this, how
00:15:35 - does install, if you're an IT
admin and you want to know how
00:15:38 - well this integrates, the
important point is they work
00:15:41 - just fine Windows 7
32-bit will work
00:15:43 - with the 32-bit Office.
00:15:45 - If you have a 64-bit version,
it will work real well with
00:15:48 - the 64-bit version.
00:15:49 - So FYI, OK?
00:15:51 - So now to show you something
different, remember, what's
00:15:54 - new in 2013, let's use Word.
00:15:57 - I'm going to pop open Word.
00:15:58 - And you'll notice that instead
of coming into the interface,
00:16:02 - you get on the Start screen.
00:16:04 - Now, here's the Start screen.
00:16:05 - Over here you will see
00:16:08 - I've been working on some
00:16:10 - Those of you who really like
that, go check out my CAPM
00:16:13 - series or Steve Caseley's
PMP series, Stakeholder
00:16:16 - Expectations.
00:16:18 - I've also done a little bit of
work on my SkyDrive and CBT
00:16:21 - Nuggets Office 365 series.
00:16:23 - And so these are some
of the things I've
00:16:24 - used within Word 2013.
00:16:27 - Then you'll notice that when you
need to pick a document--
00:16:30 - and by the way, this is true and
I'll remind you again when
00:16:32 - we start utilizing this from
an exam perspective--
00:16:36 - unless they otherwise tell you,
they're more than likely
00:16:38 - going to have you start with a
blank document, unless they
00:16:40 - specifically in the instructions
say, we want you
00:16:44 - to find a template.
00:16:45 - Well, the good news is you can
obviously search for--
00:16:48 - here are some letters.
00:16:49 - It'll go on out and find some
letters if you want, all
00:16:53 - different kind of categories
and all those things.
00:16:56 - And notice the Back button.
00:16:57 - You might say, oh no.
00:16:58 - I wanted to go back
to the Start menu.
00:17:00 - Just click over here and it
comes back to the Start menu.
00:17:03 - What you saw, by the way,
over here is the good
00:17:05 - old backstage view.
00:17:07 - Remember backstage view
from Office 2010?
00:17:09 - It's still here and still
available for you.
00:17:12 - You can do the options and some
other things right there.
00:17:15 - So you can look at that.
00:17:17 - So this is where you're going
to start pretty much.
00:17:18 - But remember how we were talking
right before we came
00:17:21 - to my desktop about Sign-in IDs
and whether you want to
00:17:24 - use a Live ID or an
00:17:28 - I'm using our Office 365 ID.
00:17:31 - This is the one that was
assigned by our organization--
00:17:34 - that was me--
00:17:35 - trainer@mrcbtnug
gets.onmicrosoft.com, which is
00:17:39 - our Office 365 account
that we utilize.
00:17:43 - Kind of cool.
00:17:44 - But let's say I didn't want to
be using this, or can you use
00:17:48 - more than one ID?
00:17:49 - Well, I actually have
it set by--
00:17:52 - or I shouldn't say I do.
00:17:53 - But by default, you can sign in
and access Office content
00:17:56 - by using either one.
00:17:57 - Let me show you how
00:17:59 - Click Switch Account.
00:18:00 - And it says, oh, there's
00:18:02 - that you can use.
00:18:03 - And this one, if you notice, is
my Hotmail account, which,
00:18:07 - by the way, if you send
me email, it's sent to
00:18:08 - automatically dump
things to spam.
00:18:10 - So contact me through
CBT Nuggets if you
00:18:12 - want anything there.
00:18:13 - But here's my CBT Nuggets
Trainer right here, which also
00:18:17 - is associated with my SkyDrive
account, which is why you see
00:18:20 - both right there.
00:18:21 - If I just click on this, boom.
00:18:23 - It changes it and notices
I'm now accessing this.
00:18:26 - My recent documents that I used
was my Acme Instruments
00:18:29 - SkyDrive account, which is
available up on the web.
00:18:34 - So I can obviously
select that file.
00:18:37 - And then boom.
00:18:38 - You're instantly into
00:18:41 - And you notice this is
a document being
00:18:43 - edited by two people.
00:18:44 - How cool is that?
00:18:45 - This is back when I was using my
Office 2010 and Office 365
00:18:49 - and showing how that works.
00:18:51 - Now notice up here, Chris
is doing this.
00:18:53 - If I come over here, I
can switch accounts.
00:18:56 - I can change photo.
00:18:57 - The integration within
this is kind of cool.
00:19:01 - I mean, your Office is
00:19:05 - My Outlook, my Excel, my
PowerPoint, my Word,
00:19:08 - everything is integrated
into that central
00:19:11 - engine of Office 2013.
00:19:13 - I can change my profile,
my account settings.
00:19:15 - I can switch my account.
00:19:17 - Hey, let's go back to
CBT Nuggets Trainer.
00:19:19 - Now here's something
00:19:21 - If this document here did not
have permissions assigned to
00:19:27 - the CBT Nuggets Trainer-- this
is actually in my public file,
00:19:30 - so anybody can access
it-- it would have
00:19:33 - instantly shut this down.
00:19:34 - It would have said, I'm sorry.
00:19:35 - The CBT Nuggets Trainer
does not have
00:19:36 - access to this document.
00:19:38 - So security is doing pretty
dang cool for that.
00:19:41 - So that's kind of that.
00:19:42 - And you can kind of see the
new look and feel of the
00:19:45 - interface down here, the style
that they have, even the
00:19:48 - backstage, the icons, our quick
access toolbar that
00:19:52 - we'll show you a little bit.
00:19:54 - The ribbon still remains
here doing all of
00:19:58 - these kind of fun things.
00:19:59 - You can add and customize
00:20:01 - We'll show you a CBT Nugget
on how to do that.
00:20:03 - And then again, here you go.
00:20:04 - Back to my backstage
00:20:10 - And so I can protect my
document, inspect document, do
00:20:13 - versioning.
00:20:13 - And then, of course, move
back to the document at
00:20:16 - any point in time.
00:20:17 - So that's kind of what's
new, a little bit of
00:20:19 - the look and feel.
00:20:20 - We will dive into even more
greater details as we continue
00:20:23 - in this series.
00:20:24 - But definitely wanted to give
you what's new in Office 2013,
00:20:28 - the new look and feel, as we
prepare to get you through
00:20:31 - Office 2013, prepare you for
those certification exams if
00:20:36 - you're looking for it, and/or
if you are an IT admin just
00:20:39 - wanting to see how this works
or an end user how I can use
00:20:42 - this to the best of
my abilities, this
00:20:45 - series is for you.
00:20:46 - I hope this has been informative
00:20:48 - And I'd like to thank
you for joining me.