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Office 365

With Office 365, you can get the latest version of Office, extra OneDrive storage, plus Office Mobile apps so you can get things done on just about any device.

  • Here's how it works: as an employee or student at GUSD, you get the latest version of the Office apps to install on your PC or Mac.

  • Right now that's Office 2016, but you'll continue to get new updates, everything from small tweaks to brand new features.

  • And because it works with all your devices, you can start creating on your PC or Mac, continue editing on your tablet, and then finish up on your phone.

  • All this is possible because you can save your files to the cloud on OneDrive and get to them from anywhere.

  • Store any type of file, including images, spreadsheets, presentations, and more.

  • Office 365 comes with mobile versions of Office for all your devices. These mobile apps come with premium features that you can't get anywhere else.

  • Think of Office 365 as your corner of the cloud. It's the Office you know and love, built for the modern world so you can use it from anywhere.

See Also

Using Outlook Web

How to sign in to Office 365

Sign in to office 365 on your computer or tablet by opening a web browser.

  1. Go to to sign in.
    Sign In

  2. Type your user name and password, and then select OK or Sign In.


  • Your district credentials is the same as your email account.

  • New Employees: Your account will be created for you after your employment paperwork have cleared HR. When your account has been created, IT will notify you and/or your school site office manager, who will provide you with your account information.

  • If you have trouble logging in or have any questions about the status of your account, please call us at (530) 245-7950.

See Also

Overview of Mail, Calendar, People, Tasks on the web

OneDrive for Business

You can save your files in OneDrive and then work with them from almost any device. Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account, so you can:

  • Upload files from your PC or Mac.

  • Share files with others.

  • Give others permission to edit files and work on them at the same time.

  • Get to your files from anywhere, on your computer, tablet, or phone.

  • Sync OneDrive for Business to your PC or Mac, so you can access your files even when you're offline.

See Also

OneDrive for Business basics

SharePoint Online

Office 365 for business includes team sites where you can share information with others. If you're new to team sites, read this article for a basic overview. Learn your way around a team site

Here are a few videos and tutorials to help you do common tasks in creating and managing your SharePoint site. Also take a look at:

Office 365 Learning Center

Your first days with Office 365

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