Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Getting Started with Microsoft Office 2007
Trouble? If a dialog box opens, asking if you want to save the document, you
might have inadvertently made a change to the document. Click the No button.
2. Click the Office Button , and then click Exit Excel . A dialog box opens, asking
whether you want to save the changes you made to the workbook. If you click the
Yes button, the Save As dialog box opens and Excel exits after you finish saving the
workbook. This time, you don’t want to save the workbook.
3. Click the No button. The workbook closes without saving a copy, and the Excel pro-
Exiting programs after you are done using them keeps your Windows desktop unclut-
tered for the next person using the computer, frees up your system’s resources, and pre-
vents data from being lost accidentally.
1. What Office program would be best to use to create a budget?
2. How do you start an Office program?
3. Explain the difference between Save and Save As.
4. How do you open an existing Office file?
5. What happens if you open a file, make edits, and then attempt to close the file or
exit the program without saving the current version of the file?
6. What are two ways to get Help in Office?
You have learned how to use features common to all the programs included in Microsoft
Office 2007, including starting and exiting programs; resizing windows; using the Rib-
bon, dialog boxes, shortcut menus, and the Mini toolbar; opening, closing, and printing
files; and getting Help.
Dialog Box Launcher
Microsoft Office 2007
Microsoft Office Access 2007
Microsoft Office Excel 2007
Microsoft Office Online
Microsoft Office Word 2007
Quick Access Toolbar