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Microsoft’s interactive menu to ribbon guide for Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and OneNote 2010

Shortly after releasing The Word 2010: Interactive menu to ribbon guide, Microsoft has made available similar guides for the remaining software application that make up the Office 2010 suite. These include Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Publisher 2010 and OneNote 2010.

The Interactive menu to ribbon guide for each these products can be downloaded individually from the links given at the end of this article.


The Interactive menu to ribbon guide is a new offering from Microsoft that is designed to help customers upgrading from Office 2003 or earlier to Office 2010, to get familiarized with the new Office interface. The guide, which is built on Silverlight and runs from a browser, displays a mock GUI of the Office 2003 suite of applications. To locate a command or action in the new ribbon interface, the user clicks on the command in the imitation Office 2003 interface and the guide shows the user where that particular command or action is on Office 2010.

If you feel completely lost when running Office 2007 or 2010, you should try this out.

Download Interactive menu to ribbon guide for:
Excel 2010
PowerPoint 2010
Publisher 2010
OneNote 2010.


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