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Word 2007 and 2010 nearly identical Link 
Phil Gatchell - 8/7/2012
I have both and using 2010 much more and find the ribbon much different than 2007. I like 2010 but it's my problem for not completing my lessons in Excel 2010. I have the firs two in expert, Just don't have the time.
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Word 2007 and 2010 nearly identical Link 
Faith L - 7/25/2012
O.K.  Thanks. Your lessons have been great so I trust you when you say that Word 2007 is almost identical to 2010. I will consider taking those lessons.


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Word 2010 Lessons Link 
Faith L - 7/23/2012
When will you have lessons for Microsoft Word 2010?


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Faith, I'm not going to re-record the five beginner lessons that I have for Word 2007 because they would be almost IDENTICAL to Word 2010. Microsoft really didn't change much between the two versions, and I feel it would be a waste of time. Read More...
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Using fill in forms in Word 2010 Link 
Mike - 6/14/2012
Thanks very much. I knew about the developer tab stuff, but it's the more advanced steps I wasn't sure of. Older versions of Word allowed the fields to be bookmarked, and then cross-referenced for fill-in throughout the remainder of the document, but it appears that feature got tossed out for the 2010 version. Read More...
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Using fill in forms in Word 2010 Link 
Mike - 6/13/2012
I'm trying to create a lease form for my real estate company in Word 2010. (We already have them in Wordperfect but we're switching word processors). Here's what the document needs to have:

1.  Keyboard prompts for the user to type in data (Landlord name, tenant name, monthly rent, start & end dates, etc) Read More...
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