Need assistance with Office 2010? I've found a couple of Tutorials:
FREE eBook from Microsoft:
A DVD Tutorial with 48 hours of 2010/2007 video tutorials for $13 (I've ordered it just today as I've been using 2000 Pro for the past century):
You might want to compare the sizes of 'identical' Word files saved on the older and new-improved MS system. I've consistently found that each successive incarnation expands the size of my files. In the past I had access to 3 computers with Windows 3.1, 95, and 98, and found they booted in that order, older faster than newer, and the same Word files expanded in the later forms.
Later, I compared 98 to Millennium and then XP, with similar results. One file tripled in size, 330KB to 1MB, between old and new-improved. More storage space, slower to appear.
Also, I notice that later forms tend to require much more prep to get what you want-- for example, insisting on Final Showing Markup as the basic, unalterable form for any file, when I mostly use Final..
(And since I've asked two professionals for ways to overcome that last deficiency, and they failed, it's another of Microsoft's "features" that annoy so many.)
If I could get 3.1 cheaply, I'd use it now, at least for word processing.
Add your voice! Click below to comment. ThriftyFun is powered by your wisdom!