Many people who switch directly from the 2003 version to the 2010 version find a bit difficult to use menu and commands, as many tools and functions are reorganized and moved to a different menu.
To help you, Microsoft has released interactive guides, which show you where your favorite menu and toolbar commands are located in Office 2010.
To get started using a guide, click one of the links in the table below.
|Open the Word guide >||Open the Access guide >|
|Open the Excel guide >||Open the InfoPath guide >|
|Open the Outlook guide >||Open the OneNote guide >|
|Open the PowerPoint guide >||Open the Publisher guide >|
|Open the Project guide >||Open the Visio guide >|
Or, you can download and use the Office 2010 reference workbooks created by Microsoft. They’re available as Excel documents (XLSX) and included all the command equivalences between the 2003 and the 2010 Office versions.
Microsoft has just launched Office 2010 and a free trial download is available at here. This version has many new features such as an intuitive navigation, better copy paste options, inline photo editing option, etc