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Office 2007 Training

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Onslow County Schools is in the process of upgrading our productivity suite of software; Microsoft Office 2003 to Microsoft Office 2007.  This upgrade is not just another collection of incremental tweaks to Office 2003.  Instead it is a major upgrade to all of the applications (Word 2007, Excel 2007, Power Point 2007 and Access 2007) and includes significant changes to the look and feel of the user interfaces.  Like any software that has gone through extensive changes, Office 2007 imposes a more-demanding learning curve than their predecessors did. But we've found the increased functionality to be an asset to teacher/staff productivity as well as providing 21st Century tools to the students of Onslow County.

To make the transition to Office 2007 easier, Microsoft has developed tutorials that  allow users at all levels to become more productive with the individual applications.  Below is a list of the links that will direct you to the Microsoft Office 2007 web based training.  

  1. If you do not have any experience working with Office 2003 and would like to learn more about Office 2007, then click here to access the overall List of Office 2007 tutorials.
  2. If you are familiar with Office 2003 and/or want to learn about specific Office 2007 applications, you can choose one of the following links:
    1. Access 2007
    2. Excel 2007
    3. Power Point 2007
    4. Word 2007

If you have any questions regarding access to the training tutorials, please contact your Technology Facilitator or Technician Assistant assigned to your school.


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