Migrating to Excel 2010 from Excel 2003 Guide is now available
The Migrating to Excel 2010 from Excel 2003 Guide is now available as free download from the Microsoft Office Support Website.
Microsoft Excel 2010 looks very different from Excel 2003, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve. Read on to learn key parts of the new interface, discover free Excel 2010 training, find features such as Print Preview or the Options dialog box, understand how to exchange workbook files with people who don’t yet have Excel 2010, and find out how to enable add-ins or get access to macros and other advanced features.
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Migrating to Excel 2010 from Excel 2003
If you’re upgrading from Microsoft Office Excel 2003 (or earlier) to Microsoft Excel 2010, you’ll no doubt have questions at first…
If you’re upgrading from Microsoft Office Excel 2003 (or earlier) to Microsoft Excel 2010, you’ll no doubt have questions at first. For example, you may wonder where certain buttons are in the new ribbon interface. To help you get used to Excel 2010, we created a short guide that answers common customer questions about the transition.
Inside the Migrating to Excel 2010 from Excel 2003 Guide
- A quick, visual introduction to the ribbon and other parts of the Excel 2010 interface.
- Where to find menu-to-ribbon reference guides, training, and other useful resources for Excel 2010.
- Where to find things you might be looking for, such as the Tools | Options dialog box.
- How to customize the Excel 2010 ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar.
- How to exchange files with people who don’t yet have Excel 2010.
- How to enable Solver or other Excel add-ins.
- Where to find commands for working with macros, form controls, and other advanced features.