Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Getting Started with Microsoft Office 2007
Windows XP Tip
The Start button is the
green button with the
word “start” on it, located
at the bottom left of the
taskbar.
2. Click the Start button
on the taskbar, and then click All Programs to display
the All Programs menu.
3. Click Microsoft Office on the All Programs list, and then point to Microsoft
Office Excel 2007 . Depending on how your computer is set up, your desktop and
menu might contain different icons and commands.
Trouble? If you don’t see Microsoft Office on the All Programs list, click Microsoft
Office Excel 2007 on the All Programs list. If you still don’t see Microsoft Office Excel
2007, ask your instructor or technical support person for help.
4. Click Microsoft Office Excel 2007 . Excel starts, and a new, blank workbook
opens. See Figure 1.
Figure 1
New, blank Excel workbook
title bar
program window
sizing buttons
Office
Button
Ribbon
Quick Access
Toolbar
Microsoft Office
Excel Help button
workbook window
sizing buttons
workspace
(workbook window)
view
shortcuts
zoom
controls
status
bar
Trouble? If the Excel window doesn’t fill your entire screen, the window is not
maximized, or expanded to its full size. You’ll maximize the window shortly.
You can have more than one Office program open at once. You’ll use this same
method to start Word and open a new, blank document.
To start Word and open a new, blank document:
1. Click the Start button on the taskbar, click All Programs to display the All Pro-
grams list, and then click Microsoft Office .
Trouble? If you don’t see Microsoft Office on the All Programs list, click Microsoft
Office Word 2007 on the All Programs list. If you still don’t see Microsoft Office Word
2007, ask your instructor or technical support person for help.
2. Click Microsoft Office Word 2007 . Word starts, and a new, blank document
opens. See Figure 2.
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