Exploring the new Ribbon and Backstage view


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Exploring the new Ribbon and Backstage view

When migrating from Word 2003 to 2010, by far the biggest challenge would be getting accustomed to the newly designed fluent user interface. So we are going to spend some time now talking about the big changes you are going to encounter. Here in Word 2003, with the document open, we are accustomed to working with the menu bar that goes across the top of our screen and then clicking the different menu items displays menus with related commands. Below that you may see shortcut buttons on the various toolbars, such as the Standard toolbar and then the Formatting toolbar for formatting content in a document.

When we switch over to Word 2010, it's totally different. At the very top left-hand corner by default you will find one toolbar. It's the only toolbar in Word 2010. It's the Quick Access toolbar, with a few commands, and we can customize this, something we'll talk about a little bit later on. But below that is the new Ribbon. And the Ribbon is broken up into various tabs suc...

Exploring the new Ribbon and Backstage view
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Exploring the new Ribbon and Backstage view provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Migrating from Word 2003 to Word 2010

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Business
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