Office 365 Tutorials

Microsoft Office 365 is available to all 4CD staff and currently enrolled students. Besides email, this includes access to OneDrive and the latest versions of Office ProPlus and the Office Online Suite. Use the resources below to learn more about the multitude of features in Office 365.


Outlook is Microsoft's feature-rich email and calendar app, optimized for PCs, laptops, and available on iOS or Android devices. Browse through the tutorials below to learn how to use Outlook effectively.

Getting Started with Outlook

Outlook 2013 Desktop App (Windows)

Outlook Web App (OWA)

Outlook on the web is available anywhere you have an Internet connection. Access the OWA at, and follow the login instructions.

Set up email in outlook for iOs and android

Common tasks in Outlook and Email Best Practices


OneDrive for Business is an online document storage and sharing tool that faculty and staff can access through, the Office 365 Outlook Web App (OWA) at, or through desktop and mobile applications.

Features of OneDrive for Business

  • Storage limit of 1TB.
  • Upload files up to 10GB in size.
  • Edit your documents online using Microsoft's Office Online software.
  • Share files with people inside or outside of the 4CD community.

Getting Started

Use the following documentation and video tutorials from Microsoft,, and LMC IT to learn how to navigate and use OneDrive for Business effectively.

For access, first create a Prolearning Network account (free to all California Community College employees) using your LMC email address.

help pages and learning guides

video tutorials

Office ProPlus

Microsoft Office ProPlus is a full version of Office that is available to download, for free, on up to five different devices.

Microsoft Support tutorial - Download and install or reinstall Office 365 (ProPlus) on your PC or Mac: Includes basic install steps and detailed install steps for PC and Mac. Use your InSite username + (e.g. and InSite password to access

Office 365 Online

Office 365 includes access to Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, and Access) that are enabled over the Intnernet. - Learn Office 365:

Office Mobile