Using Lync Online with Office 2010

When you run Microsoft Office 2010 with Microsoft Lync Online communication software, you can access many Lync Online features directly from your Office 2010 programs.

i. Share your documents directly from Office

You can share an open document in Word 2010, Excel 2010, or PowerPoint 2010 by sending a copy or starting a sharing session with one or more contacts.

1. To send a copy of your document as an instant message attachment, go to [File] tab -> click [Save & Send] and then click [Send by Instant Message].

Using Lync Online with Office 2010

2. In the ‘Send by Instant Message’ Pane, complete the “To, Subject, and Message” boxes then Click [Send IM].

Using Lync Online with Office 2010

ii. Connecting Office with Lync Instant Message

1. If you are logged on to Lync, go to one of the Office program, [Review] tab -> [Share] group -> click on [Share Now].

Using Lync through Microsoft Office

2. When the ‘Share Now’ pane opens, select your recipient and click [OK]. On the right bottom of your Office program, it will show that the program is currently being shared.

Using Lync through Microsoft Office

iii. Connecting Lync with Outlook

When you have Outlook and Lync, contacts will automatically show in both programs. If you leave your mouse cursor over the name, the contact card will show. The contact card will show the status, E-mail address, IM, and calling option.

Using Lync through Microsoft Office

iv. Invite to a meeting with Outlook

1. You can invite your contact to a meeting from Outlook. Go to [Home] tab -> click on [New Online Meeting].

Using Lync through Microsoft Office

2. Fill out the necessary content and click [Send] when you are done.

Using Lync through Microsoft Office

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