My neighbour is new to computing and has a new machine with Microsoft Office 2007 suite - the problem is that none of us existing users, or even the local Evening Class teacher are familiar with Word 2007. It would make life a lot easier if it could be configured to use the Word 2003 menus
... and it's free! Microsoft has developed an interactive program [which is also downloadable] that, when run, will layout the Word 2003 classic menu system. Hovering the mouse over any given menu item will show you where exactly that particular command is available in the 2007 version. It is available here click here
They have done likewise for the PowerPoint menu system - not sure about Excel.
Try Classic Menu for Office 2007.
It will insert a tab with all office 2003 menus and toolbar to the ribbon of office 2007, making Office 2007 look like office 2003. I think you can use this add-in to learn new office 2007 based on the familiar menus and toolbar, without any training and tutoring.
Besides Word 2007, excel, powerpoint, outlook and Access 2007 can look like the 2003 version, for it is a suite provided by Addintools.
Hope you like it.
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