Microsoft Office is the most popular suite of office programs in use today. Their powerful software package includes the following applications:
- Word – word processing to deliver stylish and professional documents.
- Excel – spreadsheet creation, as easy or as complex as you like.
- PowerPoint – for creating stunning presentations that captivate your audience.
- Outlook – a powerful email client, with the kind of editing features you’d expect from Word.
- Publisher – for creating printed publications, like flyers, brochures and leaflets.
Loyal users of Office are to be found in every business you could imagine. If you don’t know how to use Microsoft Office, you will find yourself at a severe disadvantage.
It only seems like yesterday that Office 2007 was released and here we are with Office 2010 right on our doorstep. The Office tutorials on this site will get you up to speed with Office with the minimum of fuss. Each tutorial is clearly written in plain language and uses helpful screenshots, where appropriate, to guide you along the way.
Other Office Tutorial Sites
As well as providing our own Office tutorials, we’ve also compiled a list of the better Office tutorial sites on the internet:
- http://gmayor.com/Word_pages.htm (Word Tutorials)
- http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/word_tips.htm (Word Tutorials)
That should keep you busy for a while. Note that at time of writing, only some of the above sites cater to the current version of Microsoft Office – Office 2010.
There is a new site on the radar that publishes free Word Videos – there are 24 listed so far and all are of a high quality. Many people prefer to follow Word tutorials in video format, so this should please them no end!
Microsoft Office 2013
Three years on from Office 2010, and Office 2013 has been released Ino prizes for creative naming conventions). As with every new version of Microsoft Office, there is a new look and feel (much flatter in 2013) and new features to contend with. You can get up to speed with these new features by following these Word 2013 tutorials and these PowerPoint 2013 tutorials. Have fun!