A little over five months ago, Microsoft released the final version of Office 2010 product to consumers. The latest version of Office 2010 packs hundreds of new features and options that help you deliver your best. Microsoft has tweaked the interface as well. The ribbon UI, which was introduced with Office 2007, is now part of every single application and is customizable too.
Protected view, paste preview, backstage preview, insert and crop a snap in Word, video editing and animation painter in PowerPoint are some of the hundreds of new features and improvements in Office 2010 suite.
Users who have spent any significant amount of time with Office 2007 applications won’t find difficulties in using Office 2010. However, if you’re coming from Office 2003, you may need a little bit of help.
If you recently moved from Microsoft Office 2003 or Office 2007 to the latest Office 2010 suite and looking for free training courses to step up your Office knowledge, then here are some free training materials for Office 2010 suite users.
Microsoft has made available for download some terrific training courses for Office Word 2010, Access 2010, Excel 2010, OneNote 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Project 2010, SharePoint Server 2010, and Word 2010 programs.
All these training courses are available in PowerPoint 2010 format. And ,if you don’t have PowerPoint program installed on your PC, you can download the free PowerPoint Viewer application or use Microsoft’s free Web Viewer service to view PowerPoint files in your web browser. How to upgrade from Office 2007 to Office 2010, how to install Office language packs, how to disable Office 2010 splash screen and how to change Office 2010 display language guides might also help you.
If you are still using Office 2003 or 2007 suite, you can taste the Office 2010 by downloading the 30-day trial of Office 2010 Professional Plus suite.