Ultimate guide to Office apps: Microsoft cheat sheets

Similar to the Cliffs Notes you used in college to get the synopsis of classic novels, Computerworld’s cheat sheets are easy-to-use guides to help you navigate through older versions of Microsoft’s software. Sure, they’ve been around for a while, but Microsoft still supports them for those users reluctant to the update to the latest and greatest.

With that in mind here’s a one-stop resource that runs the gamut from Excel 2016, to SharePoint 2013, Word 2013, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint 2010 and even Windows 8. (Yes, some users are still hanging onto Windows 8; it still accounts for about 9% of the Windows user base.)

Use this as a reference whenever you get stuck.

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from Computerworld http://www.computerworld.com/article/3199247/enterprise-applications/ultimate-guide-to-office-apps-microsoft-cheat-sheets.html#tk.rss_all



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