What’s Office Got? • Microsoft Word • Microsoft Excel • Microsoft Access • Microsoft PowerPoint • Microsoft Outlook • Microsoft Publisher • Microsoft OneNote • Microsoft Groove • Microsoft InfoPath
The Office Button Use the Office Button to: • Create new files • Save Files • Save files as PDF • Open Files • Access recently used files • Print files • And more
The Microsoft Office Ribbon • The menus and toolbars in some programs have been replaced with the Ribbon. • Designed to help you quickly find the commands that you need to complete a task. • Commands are organized in logical groups collected together under tabs.
The Microsoft Office Ribbon • The ribbon is contextual. • This means that if you do something in a Microsoft application, the ribbon changes to give you quick access to features that can affect that item. • For example, the Picture Tools tab is shown only when a picture is selected.
Quick Access Toolbar • The Quick Access Toolbar lets you do frequently used tasks such as save, undo, redo. • You can add icons to this toolbar if you find you use those features a lot.
Ribbon Tabs • Tasks are grouped by tabs that have logical sets of features. • Pressing ALT gives you info on quick keys
Accessing Traditional Dialog Boxes • Many sections on the ribbon have an icon in the lower right corner you can click to get a traditional dialog box to open.
Using Help • Help is your friend! • It is amazing what you can find out by poking around in there.