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Windows 7: Microsoft Office 2003 To 2010 Conversion Guide

21 Jan 2011   #1
G1LLY

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 
Microsoft Office 2003 To 2010 Conversion Guide

Hi,

Where I work we use multiple versions of Office (XP, 2003 & 2007) later next month our organisation is rolling Microsoft Office 2010 out system wide.

What I really wanted to ask is, has anybody come across a sort of conversion guide from say Office 2003 to Office 2010 so people who have been using 2003 etc. and have very little experience with other newer versions of Office can find out where all the functions (the basics even) are located in 2010?

2007 to 2010 isn't a big jump but 2003 to 2010 is and that's mainly what we have been using.

Let me know if you have as I've been looking on Google today but have yet to find anything good enough that I can use.

Thanks

GILLY

EDIT: As luck would have it, I may have stumbled upon something I can use, still open to others though


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21 Jan 2011   #2
Golden
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64
 
 

Hi,

Maybe this will help:

Free MSOffice 2007 Training/Reference Manuals

Although its specific to Office 2007, Office 2010 isn't that different and I think its still pertinent.

Attached are some 2010 quick reference guides from the same site. I found them useful when making the transition.

Good luck,
Golden


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File Type: pdf Excel_2010_QRG.pdf (592.6 KB, 1099 views)
File Type: pdf Outlook_2010_QRG.pdf (221.2 KB, 723 views)
File Type: pdf Powerpoint_2010_QRG.pdf (409.6 KB, 639 views)
File Type: pdf Word_2010_QRG.pdf (204.2 KB, 1234 views)
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