Tutorial Titles by Version

Office 2007

Office 2007 
This edition of Microsoft Office removes familiar menus and toolbars in favor of a new, easy-to-use interface called the Ribbon. There are numerous visual and usability enhancements, as well as new document file formats.
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Office 2003

Office 2003 
This release provides further stability, security, and integration between the Office modules. Check out the Research task pane and Word's new Reading Layout!

Office 2002/XP

Office 2002/XP 
One of Microsoft's most popular Office releases, XP introduces Smart Tags, Task Panes, the Office Clipboard, built-in Voice Dictation, and web publishing enhancements.

Office 2000

Office 2000 
Office 2000 provided a major upgrade, introducing features that are still user favorites. For earlier Office versions, please check out our archives.

Other Titles

Other Titles 
We’ve published tutorials for DOS, Windows, and Mac software since the early 1990s. To view these titles, check out our archives.

Tutorial Titles by Application


Microsoft Windows 
The Windows operating system provides the mouse-driven, graphical interface for helping you get your work done safely and securely.


Microsoft Office 
Microsoft Office is comprised of the following four best-in-class software programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.


Microsoft Word 
Microsoft Word is the world's most popular word processing software, used in preparing letters, reports, and other written documents.


Microsoft Excel 
Microsoft Excel is an electronic spreadsheet that is used in analyzing and manipulating numerical data in financial, mathematical, and statistical applications.


Microsoft Access 
Microsoft Access is a desktop database management system for storing, organizing, manipulating, and retrieving information.


Microsoft PowerPoint 
Microsoft PowerPoint is a graphical presentation program that is capable of producing professional on-screen slide shows and printed handouts.