Interactive Command Reference for Office 2010

One of the most useful tools to help learn the updated interface in Office 2007 is the Interactive Command Reference.  It provides a useful mapping between features and commands in Office 2003, and then shows you where those commands are found in the Ribbon.

We have recently released an updated version of these tools for the Office 2010 release of Word, Excel and PowerPoint – with plans for an expanded the number of products to be Project, Access, InfoPath, OneNote, Visio, Publisher, and Outlook

Find the links to them all at and learn where menu and toolbar commands are in Office 2010.

Also… if you would like to have a comprehensive list of all menu and toolbar commands and their new locations, download and open the menu-to-ribbon reference workbook for your product. All of these open as Microsoft Excel workbooks, so you'll need to have a version of Excel on your computer to use them.  Get the Office 2010 menu-to-ribbon reference workbooks >

Comments (1)

  1. Ryan Spooner says:

    PLEASE can you re-release these in a format other than Silverlight. The 2007 ones were in Flash as self running exe files. This made them extremely easy to distribute and to send to users via email, etc. Now you've got them in Silverlight, this is no longer possible so the guides are completely useless.

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