New! Office 2007 training notebook – learn at your own pace


Are you using Microsoft Office 2007 at home or at work, or maybe Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 at your place of employment? If so, you'll notice there are a lot of changes from previous versions of your familiar and favorite programs.


To help you navigate the new look and feel, find new and old features, and to explore new programs, we've published a "getting started" tool:



Don't worry - even if you're not using the Enterprise version of Office, there's plenty of information for programs in the version that you are using. You can take your time to look through the tabs for each program you like or need to use and you can browse in any order that you like. Each section (tab at the top) contains a few pages of information to help you get familiar with the latest Office programs.




Better yet, the notebook starts with an introduction on how to use its contents, including how to flag information that you want to easily find and follow up on later. There are plenty of links to more information that you can follow from within the notebook. Of course, there are also training opportunites for you take advantage of at your own pace.


So dig in and get yourself started using the 2007 Office System!

Comments (3)

  1. osuade a. Oyediran says:

    Is it possible for me to upgrade to Office 2007 from Office 2003 without any cost to me? Thanks for your advice.

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