• Microsoft Office 2010 Backstage View

    May 29th, 2012 by

    The Microsoft Office 2010 Backstage view is completely new to the Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface, which has the potential to make users pause – for fear of the unknown. The good news is that once you open it, you’ll see commands and functionality that are mostly common to previous versions… so you can begin your exploration. If you are not familiar with the Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface, feel free to check out our blog post titled as such to get up to speed. Read More »

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  • How to Use Microsoft Word Styles

    April 20th, 2012 by

    A friend of mine was going-on the other day about how much work it was to format a Word document with different and consistent looking headings. She went on about the repetitive steps required, and how the document didn’t have the professional look that she’d seen in other Word documents. After explaining that Word has various built-in styles (that she could have applied with a single click), and that different style sets can be applied to provide the professional appearance she desired, she was glad to know that there’s a better way for the next document she’ll create. I took from that conversation that others may benefit from knowing about Word styles… so here we are. We’ll use Word 2010 as the basis. Read More »

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  • Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface

    March 10th, 2012 by

    The Office Fluent user interface was first introduced with Office 2007, and was expanded in Office 2010 with the inclusion of the Backstage view, as well as its implementation within every Office 2010 application. The most common component is the Ribbon. It’s so front-and-centre, that people tend to refer to the user interface as the “Ribbon user interface”, although there are other aspects, such as the Quick Access Toolbar, Galleries, and Live Preview (to name a few), as illustrated below.

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