Office 365 allows you to use the latest Office applications over the internet (cloud services).
Your Office 365 subscription also includes several applications that are provided with limited support. This page is designed to give you a brief overview of those services and provide links to Microsoft’s online support pages.
Outlook is the email client used by the university. More information on Outlook can be found on our Email and Calendar page.
OneDrive is a cloud-based storage platform for Microsoft. All of your files can be stored in one area. There is 1 TB of storage allotted to all students and employees of IUP. OneDrive is also included in the Office 365 install.
Office Online use in OneDrive
How to Share Folders and Documents
Sync OneDrive to your computer
Office Online includes the online versions of Word,
Excel, and PowerPoint.
Office Online takes most of the Office 365 apps and places them in the virtual world. Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are among the online options for Office Online. Office Online links directly with your OneDrive account. It saves any new documents in OneDrive
automatically, and also allows you to pull documents from OneDrive to edit at your leisure.
Basic Operations in Word
Work Together on a Document
Word Online vs. Word Desktop Client
Basic Operations in Excel
Shortcuts in Excel
Excel Online vs. Excel Desktop Client
Basic Operations in PowerPoint
PowerPoint Online vs. PowerPoint Desktop Client
Office 365 Desktop Client
Office 365 desktop client is the Desktop
version of Office 365. This includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
The Windows download includes Word, Excel, Power Point, One Note, Outlook, Publisher, and Access. The Mac download only includes Word, Excel, Power Point, One Note, and Outlook. The Mobile download includes Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, Power Point Mobile,
and One Note Mobile. You will not be able to install any of the Office applications on a Chromebook. You will, however, have access to the online versions of the applications.
Office 365 allows you to license up to five different devices. These devices can be any Android, iOS, OSX, or Windows device of your choosing.
See below for IOS or Android instructions.
If you wish to license additional devices, simply follow the install instructions for any Mac OSX or Windows device.
For IOS or Android, download the Office 365 application from the respective application store. Once this is downloaded, enter your IUP credentials to sign in to use the application.
If you wish to de-authorize an installation, this can be done by following the steps to Manage Installs. Click on the My Account link on the Manage Installs screen. Click deactivate on the device you wish to remove from
Basic Operations in Access
OneNote allows for better note taking than Word. OneNote is designed to feel like you are taking notes in a notebook, not putting stuff on your computer.
Basic Operations in OneNote
Microsoft Tasks allows for easy management of tasks in Outlook. Upcoming scheduled items are easily managed using this resource. Tasks can be created or deleted here.
Basic Operations in Tasks
Microsoft Forms is an application that lets you create surveys, quizzes, and questionnaires. If you need to create a mass poll, then Forms would be an easy way to create it.
Basic Operations in Forms
Microsoft Sway is a similar program to PowerPoint, but has more functionality. With Sway, you can put all of the information that you want into your presentation, and Sway will design the rest. You do have the option to create a layout, but Sway is very good with creating eye-appealing layouts.
Basic Operations in Sway
Microsoft To-Do is a task manager application for everyday use. It is similar to the Reminders app on Apple devices or Google tasks. To-Do is separate from Microsoft Tasks, which is only used with Outlook.
Basic Operations in To-Do