On a PC, open any web browser (Chrome functions best).
Log into your OneDrive account and create a new Word Online doc.
Name your Word doc.
Type a short bio of yourself in your Word doc. Be sure to explore the menus and toolbar including different font and formatting options.
Share this doc with a peer and grant him/her editing rights.
Allow your peer to add to your Word doc; what is one thing you did not know about your peer that is included in his or her bio?
If you finish early, here are extension tasks to try:
Create a new Word doc with a partner and collaborate on the same document at the same time, observe how both users can edit and contribute collaboratively. If you would like to see the “revision history” of the document, click on File, see revision history. This allows users to see who made what changes and allows users to revert back to an old revision.
Create a bulleted or numbered list.
Insert a picture into your Word doc.
Create a table.
Download the document onto your device, and work on it in Word 2016.
Word 2016 is your desktop program (application) that also integrates with Word Online and OneDrive. If you are comfortable with Word Online, move on to all the features Word 2016 provides.
Explore the video tutorials of Word through this link- CLICK