Office 365 is a collection of tools specifically tailored for sharing and collaboration. Office 365 includes the office suite - both on desktop and online, and collaboration tools such as TeamSites, Skype for Business and Teams.
Norsk versjon: Office 365
Go to Office 365 (requires Innsida login)
What's new in Office 365?
Microsoft Office 365 provides NTNU's employees and students with free access to word processing, storage and interaction services on the web, desktops, tablets and mobile phones. Here you can find Outlook, OneDrive, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote etc. for download and use in your browser.
Office 365 - guides
Orakel Support Services has created an e-learning course on how to use Office 365. The course will give you a good overview of how to use some key features, including sharing and co-writing.
Using Office 365 in the web browser
Our license includes both online versions of the software and applications installed on your device. Online access can be useful if you are using a computer that does not have the software installed, e.g. if you are travelling. To use Office 365 online, just log on to Office 365 and click the tile that represents the program you want to use.
You can use Office 365 in your web browser or install it on your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You will find instructions on how to install the software and how to use it in collaboration listed below. You can install the application on up to five devices (such as Macs or PCs). If you have more than five devices you can administer the devices' access at any given time.
Orakel Support Services can help if you have questions or if you encounter difficulties.
- Office 365 - Excel
- Office 365 - Install on PC
- Office 365 - Install on phone and tablet
- Office 365 - OneDrive
- Office 365 - OneNote
- Office 365 - PowerPoint
- Office 365 - Sharing and collaboration
- Office 365 - TeamSite
- Office 365 - Word
- Office 365 Install on MAC osX
- Office 365 Skype for business (Lync) for students
- Office 365 Skype for business for students