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What's Your Favorite MS Office Resource?
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Much of the content for this guide came from an Office 2010 LibGuide created by Katherine Brossard Nazarian of Mitchell College.
Office 2013 - The Next Chapter
Our department is migrating to Office 2013 this year (2014). Going to 2013 from 2010 or even 2007 will be much easier than the transition from 2003 to 2007, despite new bells and whistles. Here are a few places to get started so you don't have to wait for us to complete our data gathering on Office 2013:
What's New in 2010?
For detailed information about specific Office programs, use the tabs above.
Cross Program Tips
The following are some tips that will work across most programs in MS Office:
- Press ALT key alone to enable guided keyboard shortcuts. See http://xlcalibre.com/text-alignment-keyboard-shortcuts/ for an illustrated example of doing this in Excel.