The New Office 2010 Interface, Word 2010, and Excel 2010
Individual and corporate end-users with a working knowledge of Office 2003’s standard functionality and general computing skills
Within the two Microsoft Office Suite releases available since Office 2003, Microsoft has implemented a number of functionality and interface changes and introduced several new features. The overall Office interface has been changed substantially with the introduction of the Ribbon in Microsoft Office 2007, and collaboration and anywhere access to Office files is a major theme in the Microsoft Office 2010 release.
This course examines the new features and enhancements of Microsoft Office 2010, focusing on the perspective of Microsoft Office 2003 users who are migrating to Microsoft Office 2010. It outlines the significant interface changes that apply to all Office applications, including the Ribbon and the Office Backstage view, and it covers significant new features and enhancements in Word and Excel 2010. These features include Live Preview Paste, Open file format, and the Protected view available for Office 2010 documents, and features such as enhanced graphics support, Quick Styles and document comparison tools in Word, Sparklines, Slicers, and Pivot Table enhancements in Excel. The course also introduces the new web versions of Word and Excel – Word Web App and Excel Web App.
Office 2010: Word, Excel, and the New Interface
- use the key new interface features and enhancements in Office 2010
- use the new features of Word 2010 to perform common tasks
- recognize key features of the new Word 2010 interface
- use new features in Excel 2010 to enhance your spreadsheets
- identify key new and enhanced features in Excel 2010
- use the Office 2010 interface to edit a document
- give your document a consistent, professional look and feel using Word 2010
- use Excel 2010 to add visual representations of data to a worksheet