These tutorials make all programs in Microsoft Office 2007 a breeze to use. You are introduced to the new interfaces and taught how to use each application's key features. This includes how to save time creating shortcuts for formatting Word documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Plus, see how to manage your email, calendar, and list of contacts. Learn how to use Office 2007 efficiently and effectively with minimal effort now!
This series is designed for those who have experience with Office 2007 and want to quickly get up to speed on what's new and exciting in Office 2010. Each chapter covers the new or enhanced features found in the Office 2010 applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access and OneNote as well as changes to the overall interface and the all new Web Apps.
Microsoft Office holds a solid 80% of the productivity software market. That means virtually everyone at one point or another comes into contact with Office files. There were significant changes to the interface in Office 2007 and that paved the way for Office 2010 to focus on features that will bring your work to a whole new level of professionalism and mobility. Because 2010 is not about interface or new applications, many of the features are subtle or hard to recognize at first glance. This course will show you what you need to know to get up to speed and quickly take full advantage of the Shared Features.