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Modify Worksheets, Spreadsheets, and Data in Excel 2007


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The Microsoft Office Button

Another new item in Microsoft 2007 on all of the products is the Office button up in the corner. If I click on this, it opens up a different Menu palette that will allow me to access any of the different commands that I would like to use with my whole Microsoft workbook. I can create brand-new workbooks by clicking on the New item here, and that brings me to a screen where I can pick from pre-existing templates that I've created myself, or other Microsoft Office templates that I can download. We'll be taking a look at this in more details in subsequent movies.

If you click on the Open button, you can access workbooks that you used in the past. You have your two different save options here, your quick save, the save button that I'm hovering over now allows you to pick different save options for your document. This is especially useful if you're wanting to share your information with individuals that have older versions of the Excel environment. You have your print options here, as well as three new ones. Preparing your document for printing, which allows you to put in some security features, and we'll be exploring these in a little bit of detail in later movies. Sending options, which let's you create quick links to your document, and go right to your mail and fax options.

And clicking on Publish which allows you to create workspaces that she can share on a multiple server. You can close your document at any time by clicking on the Close button at the bottom. And finally, we'll be exploring the Excel Options that set out the parameters for this particular office document, in the next movie.

The Microsoft Office Button
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The Microsoft Office Button provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Lorna Daly as part of the Excel 2007 Essential Training

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Business
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Excel
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