Make the switch from Windows to Mac. Learn about the similarities and differences between the two operating systems, and find out how to transfer files from a Windows 10 PC to Mac.
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Upgrading from Office 2007 to Office 2010? Get used to the new interface, and explore the latest features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Upgrading from Office 2010 to Office 2013? Get used to the new interface and touch controls, and explore the latest features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Get more done with Windows 8.1. Learn time-saving techniques and keyboard shortcuts for finding files, managing your display, optimizing system performance, and much more.
Upgrading from Office 2007 to Office 2013? Get used to the new interface and touch controls, and explore the new features in each of the major application: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Choose the best upgrade method and securely migrate your files, applications, and user settings from Windows XP to Windows 8.
Learn the basics of using OneNote 2013 to create, edit, and save notes.
Teaches you the basics of working with documents in Word 2013, from creating and editing to formatting text.
Demystifies the differences between Mac OS X and Windows, highlighting the terminology and interface changes that Windows users encounter.
Walks through the process of transferring files, saving settings, and determining the best data migration option for any system.
Helps users of any level feel comfortable with the improvements and enhancements of Microsoft’s new operating system.
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