How do I find Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook 2003 on the toolbar and menu command in Ms-Office 2007

One major difference users will see when creating a copy of Microsoft Office 2003 to Office 2007 is new. That can not be repaired is to see the old style we all become so familiar to the look and feel. In the toolbar and menu interface features the dynamic changes that have a new option when the command will be referred. Meanwhile, a new look that will take sometime to get used to, find your favorite menu commands and toolbar in Word, Excel, Outlook or PowerPoint can be a little frustrating.

In order to facilitate processing, Microsoft has provided a very good command and also in the interactive reference guide that all the map toolbar menu command from Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint 2003 to the appropriate location on Ms-Office 2007.

To be able to run Office 2003 to 2007 command reference you visit the interactive tutorial on the authorized Microsoft Office Online (http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/training/HA102295841033.aspx) site and scrolling half way down front page. To search on the Interactive guide to Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Access.

You have the option to run the guide online or download for each Office 2007 application.

In this guide, we will see guidelines Interactive Word 2007. After clicking on the link (Word 2007), the 2003 to Word 2007 command reference guide page will be displayed. Scroll down half way and click Start guide, and then on the next page click Start.

Guide begins with the Word 2003 interface.

You only crusor rest your mouse on the toolbar and pop-up balloon will describe the same location on the command in Word 2007. Can also see at the top you can simply choose select Word 2003 this will explain what is selected in the Word 2003.

In the screenshot above, I have chosen the field in the toolbar. Pop up note telling me where to find it on Word 2007 (arrow) and what is selected in Word 2003 (circled).

Say, I go to Word 2007 and can not find the Column command on the toolbar or menu, I can go back to the guide column and click Word 2007 and will appear in the right location and the fields that I marked.

Once finished, just click anywhere on the page guide location and will be back to Word 2003.

Nice! You can also select items from the menu and then continue to work with Word 2007, you can leave the interactive guide that is running the browser and minimize reference when needed. Guide to Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint functions in the same way.

Microsoft Office 2003 to 2007 command reference interative a great tutorial to help the user begin the transition to Office 2007 and including the most popular commands. Best of all, the guide is free. Only requirement is that the browser Internet Explorer or mozilla fire fox already installed with the Adobe Flash Player version 9.0 or higher.

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