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9/30/2009 12:33:29 AM
Word 2007 Basic Level 5 Finished
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I just finished the fifth and final course in my Word 2007 Basic series.

This course covers a whole bunch of different topics, including: Drop Caps, Signature Lines, Automatic Date & Time, Symbols, Equation Editor, Footnotes & Endnotes, Envelopes & Labels, and Office Online Templates.

You can find complete information on this course here: Word 2007 Basic 5.

This will be the last of the Word Basic series, and will probably be the last of the Word 2007 courses I record for a while. Lots of people have been asking for Excel 2007 and Access 2007 classes for many months now, and I don't want to keep putting them off.

Based on the voting on the Waiting List many, MANY more of you are interested in new Excel and Access courses than Word Expert-level classes. Of course, I have to let my customers decide! So, if you want to see Word Expert classes (macros, mail merge, making templates, all that stuff) then get to the Waiting List now and cast your votes.

Anyhow, let me know what you think of Word B5. Enjoy!

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2003 courses Comment from Richard Rost @ 9/30/2009
Donald, Office 2007 and Windows Vista have nothing to do with each other. You can still use Office 2007 even if you're running Windows XP.

Whether or not to upgrade to Office 2007 is a personal decision. There really isn't anything that's earth-shaking in Office 2007 that you MUST have. The new additions to Word and Excel are real nice (especially how they handle graphics and formatting) but not features you HAVE to get. Microsoft Access has improved some, but again not incredibly.

Now, as far as what tutorial I am going to be making: I'm going to let you, MY CUSTOMERS decide. I have both Office 2007 and Office 2003 courses available on the WAITING LIST. I'll be focusing my time where there is demand. Right now, Excel 2007 is leading the pack with the most votes so that's what I'll probably be working on next. Access 2007 is a close second.

This is not to say that there won't be more Office 2003 tutorials. They are getting a bunch of votes too. But you're right... Office 2007 is starting to become the most popular, and Office 2010 is due out soon too. :)
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2003 courses Comment from Donald Davison @ 9/30/2009
Hi richard: I am curious concerning courses for 2003 programs. I have most of them, but since 2007 is taking over, will there be any additional courses for 2003. I am not ready to upgrade to vista and I am satified with 2003 programs. what is your widson> Thanks for your response.
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