Monday, September 21, 2009

Microsoft Office 2007 "Cheat Sheets"

Let's face it. Microsoft Office 2007 can be a little confusing/overwhelming to people used to Microsoft 2003, especially the "ribbon" interface. Below are links to some helpful cheat sheets from that are sure to make your life easier. Note that you'll need to have the free Adobe Reader loaded on your computer in order to view these documents.
  • Microsoft Office 2007 - Explains the "ribbon," smart shapes, formatting, adding a digital signature, document protection and more.
  • Excel 2007 - Includes a section on forumulas and functions, workbook management and charts.
  • Word 2007 - Copy/paste text, formatting, mail merge and tables are covered.
  • PowerPoint 2007 - Slide show delivery, transitions, animations and viewing options are discussed.
  • Publisher 2007 - Quickly create professional looking flyers, brochures and more with this powerful publishing program.
Other versions of Microsoft Office, as well as Internet Explorer 7 and a Computer Basics tip sheet are also available for free at the Web site.

If you're using the library's public access computers, which come equipped with Office 2007 as well as Internet Explorer 7, be sure to refer to this site. There are also hard copies available at the Reference Desk.

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