Microsoft Office 2010 is the lastest Office suite from Microsoft. Office 2010 is built on the Office 2007 program, but also includes many improvements. Office 2007 users should be fine with most of the changes, but Office 2003 users will see noticable changes in the user interface. The Technology Department is working hard to ensure a seamless transition, so we have provided many tools to help.
These quides are small PDF's that show users how to use the new tools in each program vs the 2003 version. Click the program to view the file.
These videos help to clarify and expand upon topics from the Quick Guides. Each program has many videos that total thirty minutes each. The videos are broken down into many section, so it is possible to skip videos that you don't want/need to see. Just watching one set of videos can greatly expand your knowledge of the entire suite. Click the program to watch the videos. All users are encouraged to watch the first video in the Word series if unfamilar with the new user interface of Office 2010.
Changing to the new user interface can cause frustration because the tools are moved around. Not a problem; Microsoft has made available useful interactive guides that use your knowledge of the Office 2003 to locate tools in Office 2010. To get to the guides, click here. From the webpage click on any of the interactive guide links and give it a moment to load.