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Introduction to Microsoft Office 2007. 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:

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    1. Introduction to Microsoft Office 2007

    2. What’s Office Got? • Microsoft Word • Microsoft Excel • Microsoft Access • Microsoft PowerPoint • Microsoft Outlook • Microsoft Publisher • Microsoft OneNote • Microsoft Groove • Microsoft InfoPath

    3. 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

    4. 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.

    5. 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.

    6. 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.

    7. Ribbon Tabs • Tasks are grouped by tabs that have logical sets of features. • Pressing ALT gives you info on quick keys

    8. 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.

    9. Using Help • Help is your friend! • It is amazing what you can find out by poking around in there.