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Microsoft Office 2007

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Describes some of the differences between Microsoft Office 2007 and earlier versions--and how to live with the new interface.

Describes some of the differences between Microsoft Office 2007 and earlier versions--and how to live with the new interface.

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  • 1. Upgrade Survival
  • 2. Why Upgrade?
    • Company wide mandate
    • Came with new computer
    • Newer capabilities
    • Want a change
  • 3. New Features
    • “ Fluent User Interface”
    • Ribbon
    • Live preview
    • Mini (floating) toolbar
    • File formats
  • 4. The Ribbon
    • The Logo is a button!
    • Alt+F still works
    • Notice the little tiny buttons?
    • Quick Access – configurable
    • Do you really want the old style back?
  • 5. File Formats
    • Smaller
    • Less corruptible
    • Interoperable
      • Within Office
      • Other applications
    • Easier integration by developers
      • Third-party applications
  • 6. Global Features
    • Unified spelling checker
    • Plethora of quality clip art
    • More themes and templates
    • Free plug-in to generate PDFs
  • 7. Word
    • Built-in blogging
    • “ High-impact” graphics/clip-art
    • Compare documents
    • Digital signatures
    • Contextual spell-check
    • Real-time format change preview
    • Automatic citation generator
  • 8. Excel
    • 1,000,000 rows, 16,000 columns
    • More individually-formatted cells
    • Improved sorting and filtering
    • Charting improved and consistent
    • Pivot tables are much easier
    • Importing is easier
    • New “page layout”
      • Better than print preview
  • 9. PowerPoint
    • Custom slide layouts
    • More designs (and real-time preview)
    • More effects
    • More clip-art (shared with Word)
    • Presenter view
      • Better than old Kiosk view
    • Can save individual slides
    • 3-D transition renderings
  • 10. Access
    • Lots of templates
      • Databaes, Tables, Fields
    • Report and Layout views
    • Split forms
    • Multi-valued fields
  • 11. Outlook
    • Faster global search
    • ToDo bar: flagged email, OneNote tasks, calendar appointments
    • Automatic email account setup
    • Calendar snapshots – send via email
    • Calendar overlays and sharing
    • Improved junk mail filtering
    • SMS text message support (mobile)
  • 12. Some frustrations
    • Change
    • Outlook: flag is now fixed on the right
    • OneNote completely revamped
    • Indexing slow initially
    • Pasting parts of web addresses
    • Hate the ribbon? Get a plug-in
  • 13. My take?
    • Change is inevitable!
    • Increased interoperability (OneNote)
    • Increased capacities (Excel)
    • Presenter view is great (PowerPoint)
    • Reading layout is nice (Word)
    • Overall nicer look and feel
    • Don’t want to pay for it?
      • Get Open Office for free!