Office 2010 Interactive Guides that will help you find commands

Microsoft Office has released from very nice interactive guides that will help you find commands in Office 2010. It will be very helpful if you are upgrading from the Office 2003 software.  The interactive tools are free. Once you download and start the guides, you will view an Office 2003 software interface. You then have the choice of left clicking on a familiar tool. Once you click on a command, the screen will change to display a brief animation of where you would click to find the command in Office 2010. For example, let’s say you click the old Edit menu from Excel or Word, then click “Find”. The interactive guide would then display an animated screen of the Office 2010 software displaying a highlighted Home tab, then the Find command. Ok, all you will need to have to make the guides work is Silverlight. If your computer doesn’t have Silverlight installed, you will get a prompt for the download.

Below are the following links to download the Interactive guides.

Word 2003 to Word 2010 Interactive Guide

Excel 2003 to Excel 2010 Interactive Guide

PowerPoint 2003 to PowerPoint 2010 Interactive Guide

Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010 Interactive Guide

Access 2003 to Access 2010 Interactive Guide


About Steve Chase

I'm a proud husband and dad to 4 boys! Microsoft Certified Trainer and Boy Scout Leader are some of things I call myself. The Cincinnati Reds are my favorite team! When not outdoors, I enjoy working with documents in Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, Visio and Photoshop. My wife, Erin, shares her awesome recipes on her blog at
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