Accessing and Using Apporto Applications

Overview

Apporto is a tool that allows you to access software that’s not directly installed on your computer, in a virtual, remote environment. You can connect to Apporto through your Saint Peter’s Google account and use it to access applications like Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SPSS, and more. This training will show how to access Apporto, and use applications within this service. 

 

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Article ID: 136889
Created
Mon 8/16/21 1:46 PM
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Wed 9/28/22 8:27 AM

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