Campus computers 

Traditional physical PCs and the standard virtual desktop on cloud computers on campus generally have Windows 7 with Office 2010 software. Campus MACs have Office 2011 software. Some virtual desktops, including the Libraries desktop, have Office 2013 software.

Personal computers and mobile devices


Our libraries have a variety of books and e-books, which can help you with Microsoft Office 2013, or other software and technology. To get started, check our libraries' online catalog.

In addition, our Safari e-books collection includes handy electronic books on the technologies including Office 2013 and Windows 8. Here's just a couple examples:

book iconMicrosoft: Word 2013 Plain and Simple

step by step iconMicrosoft Powerpoint 2013: Step by Step

Learning Express - This library online resource has a variety of self-paced interactive tutorial courses including Microsoft Word, Publisher, Powerpoint, Excel, Outlook, Access, Visio, as well as courses on MAC and Windows Operating Systems, and some Adobe tutorials such as Photoshop. To get started, go to Learning Express and click on Popular Software Tutorials.

Questions? check with your libraries' Student Computer Help

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