Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Introduction to Microsoft 2007 Office


If you have 2007 Office installed on your computer here are a couple of hints on how we’ll proceed.

To open an application, Double click quickly on the application icon (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.) on the Windows desktop.  Or, click the Start button, in the lower left corner of the screen, then click All Programs, move the cursor over Microsoft Office and select the application you wish

In this lesson, when we point out that you need to click a mouse button, it will signify to click the left mouse button – if not we indicate that you should click the right mouse button.  So, forever move the arrow over the “place” we point out and “click left” unless we tell you otherwise.

The Microsoft Office Button

The first thing you’ll become aware of, when you open a 2007 Office application is that there is no longer a File choice in the Menu Bar.  The arrow above points to the Microsoft Office Button – which replaces File.

As you move your cursor over the Microsoft Office Button a preview image (image on right) will appear.

Click the Microsoft Office button.

At what time you click the Microsoft Office button, it will turn orange and a “File like” menu will appear (similar to the image).

You’ll see that you now have little images for choices and that some of them have little arrows pointing to the right.  These arrows indicate that there are extra choices for a selection.

We’ll explain you one of these on the next page.

On the right side of the Microsoft Office Button menu screen you will notice your most recently used files – Recent Documents (see arrow above).

Each Microsoft Office Button menu is tailored to its Office application

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