Transitioning to Microsoft Office 2007
Most Skidmore PC's will be upgraded during 2009 . Workshops will be held for those wanting a classroom training experience. Those who want to learn on their own can use the tutorials below. The IT Help Desk has also developed some very helpful tipsheets.
Office 2007 Training Handouts and SlidesHere are Office 2007 Training Handouts and Slides for helping you make the switch to Office 2007. They are provided with permission from Kansas University. These tutorials cover Office 2007 in general, along with Access, Excel, Outlook, and Word. These will show you how to use the Ribbon, which is a new user interface feature that takes some practice getting used to.
Office 2007: Making the Switch
This introductory session offers an overview to the main features in Office 2007 Handout.
Outlook 2007: Making the Switch
Find commands on the Ribbon and do the things you do every day: read and send e-mail, work with appointments and meetings, and use your contacts.
Word 2007: Making the Switch
Word 2007 has been redesigned to make your work easier, faster, and more efficient. It introduces a new feature, the Ribbon, which brings the most popular commands to the forefront. This new workspace will enable you to create and edit documents quickly and smoothly.
For experienced Access users who have worked with earlier versions of Microsoft Access and who are upgrading to 2007.
Excel 2007: Making the Switch
Excel 2007 has a new design that makes your work easier, faster, and more efficient. The new Ribbon puts the commands you use most often in plain sight on your work surface instead of hidden in menus or dialog boxes. Ready-made cell styles let you quickly format your worksheet to make it easier to read and interpret. The new Page Layout view shows how your printed worksheet will look as you're creating it.
- Interactive Guides to Office 2007
- Microsoft Office 2007 Courses (free)
- Microsoft Office 2007 Webcasts (free)
What you need to view materials
- Adobe Reader software to read PDF documents or view PDF presentations
- Adobe Flash Player version 7 or higher to view demonstration .swf movies
- PowerPoint Viewer to be able to view PowerPoint .ppt presentations
- Speakers or headphones to hear narration if available