Tutorial 1 Introduction to Microsoft Office 2007

Tutorial 1 Introduction to Microsoft Office 2007 - Tutorial1

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Tutorial 1 Introduction to Microsoft Office 2007 What Is Microsoft Office? Microsoft Office is the most popular suite of productivity applications available today. By a suite of applications, we mean a group of applications that share a similar look and  feel as well as the capability to move data easily between the applications. Microsoft Office includes MS Word for word processing, MS Excel for spreadsheet  calculations, MS PowerPoint for creating presentations, MS Access for working with  databases, MS Outlook for e-mail, and MS Publisher for desktop publishing documents. Starting MS Office Applications A shortcut is generally represented as a small picture (icon) on your graphical user  interface. Working With The MS Office Interface A ribbon is a strip across the top of the window that shows many of the functions the  Office application can perform in a single place. A menu is a list of functions or submenus that are accessed via a menu bar at the top of 
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