Online Document Training Resources - LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS!

Apply for a Library Card Online for Free Training with Linkedin Learning

The State of Nevada Library System offers free access to Linkedin Learning and provides training materials if you have a county library card. Apply online using the links below or contact your local library for information.

Logging in to the Linkedin Learning Platform through the Nevada State Library System

Linkedin Learning Upgrade

The first time you go to Login you will see the following graphical message reading "Your account has been upgraded. Your Lynda.com account has been upgraded and your data moved to Linkedin Learning.  To get started, visit linkedin.com/learning or click the "Get Started" button below. Have Questions? Check out our Upgrade FAQs or contact our help center."

Nothing else appears to have changed. You should be able to login to the Linkedin Learning Platform using the same credentials you used previously to login at Lynda.com.

The Certificates for completed courses from Lynda.com are available in the Linkedin Learning Platform.

Your username is the number on your library card and your password is the telephone number (no dashes) or pin number associated with your library card.

Recommended Courses

Choose the Microsoft Word Essentials course that corresponds to the version of Microsoft Word on your computer. You can also search for other courses.  If you are working with Microsoft Excel look for a Microsoft Excel Essentials course or search their library for other subjects of interest.

Free Microsoft Training Available

Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Publisher

In the Microsoft product of your choice, open the search field. In Microsoft Word 0365 it looks like the one below but may appear differently in older software versions:

Search in MSWord 0365

Enter the search criteria "Tutorial" and press enter. Choose the training tutorial that most fits what you want to do, or start at the beginning.

In older versions you may be looking for a paperclip or Office Assistant. If you don't see it press F1 on the keyboard. If the Office Assistant still does not display, choose Show the Office Assistant from the HELP menu.

  • Call up the Office Assistant: Help > Microsoft x Help 

Webinars

Document Training provided by Siteimprove

Note: You must have a Siteimprove Account and be logged in to access the training course below.