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Interactive Word 2003 to 2007 Guide

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If you have been used to using Microsoft Word 2003, and now have Microsoft Word 2007, it can take quite a bit of time to get used to where to find menus or tools, as the layout and structure is quite different.

An interactive tool which will be found useful is the “Interactive-word-2003-to-word-2007-command-reference-guide.”  Thanks to Stuart Lennie who shared this link.  Click on the link below to get to this tool. 

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/interactive-word-2003-to-word-2007-command-reference-guide-HA010074432.aspx

This takes you to a simulation of Word 2003.  You then click on the menu or tool you are used to using in Word 2003 and the interactive tool then shows you how to do the same thing in Word 2007.

For a whole series of video tutorials on using Microsoft Office you might also find the following video tutorials helpful:

http://www.technologyinclass.com/tictechtutorials.html

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