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    Recommend Microsoft Word tutorials?

    Can someone help me in finding some good tutorials re Microsoft Word 2010? Thank you very much.

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    Click on help and search for training.
    Word 2007 comes with its own training course here :
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/he...490.aspx?CTT=5

    Jerry

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    Thank you very much jwitalka and medico. These are very good links. Have a very Good one.

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    Moon,

    I've found these free course manuals to be useful.
    May the Forces of good computing be with you!

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    Thank you very much Retired Geek. I will send them an e-mail regarding the Word 2010 course as well as the Excel 2010 course.

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving......it's just a skip and a jump away!

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    Very nice specially the free training manual.
    But it is only showing the title not the content.

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    If you are just starting with Word 2010, I might point out that Office 2013 is now at the RTM (i.e. final) stage. I have it installed on the machine I'm writing this on, and I am just starting with 2013 myself, which should be available to the general public sometime in the New Year. This is not to imply that there is anything wrong with 2010, which may or may not prove to be superior and which may remain in use for years to come, but if this is just for learning purposes and you don't own the software you might start learning 2013 as well. If you have just bought the software, there is usually a date after which you automatically are entitled to a free upgrade, so you might look into that as well.

    You can also download a free 60-day trial of the Office 2013 final product with the option to buy, if you'd like to try it for sixty days for comparison purposes. You can also get similar trial versions of Visio 2013 and Schedule 2013 if you're in the mood for learning or have a use for them. I have the lot of them, in my case running under Windows 7, but they are clearly intended to be compatible with Windows 8. (Be sure to check the minimum requirements before installing.) The trial makes a dandy addition to a computer seasonal gift even if it's only free for sixty days, especially if someone is a fast learner. Microsoft can't complain either: it's a good promotion, and while Win 8 was cheap this stuff ain't.
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    I've written a few tutorials too. They're available on the Lounge, though for most users their content is fairly esoteric/advanced:
    Microsoft Word Date Calculation Tutorial: http://lounge.windowssecrets.com/ind...owtopic=249902
    Microsoft Word Field Maths Tutorial: http://windowssecrets.com/forums/sho...l=1#post320143
    Microsoft Word Catalogue/Directory Mailmerge Tutorial: http://windowssecrets.com/forums/sho...gs-(2000-2010)
    Last edited by macropod; 2013-05-22 at 22:39.
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    Paul Edstein
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    Macropod, those references are advanced for me. However, I am saving them because I will advance to that stage wherein your work will be without a doubt helpful. Thanks a million.

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