Migrating to Office 2007 (PC)
Information Technology Services (ITS) now has Office 2007 for PC and Office 2008 for Mac available for all faculty and staff computers on campus. To ensure success during the transition, ITS and Human Resources' Learning and Development are working collaboratively to provide you with a host of resources - from Microsoft Web site to instructor-led demonstration workshops.
For more information contact Janet Lee, Technology Trainer, at email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions Where did my familiar 2003 icons and toolbars go?
Go to the application section below. Click on the "Interactive 2003 to 2007 Command Reference Guide" link to learn more. All you need is to click on the commands that you used to perform in 2003, the tutorial will show you the new locations of the same command in the 2007 interface. Very cool!
I am not getting a new computer anytime soon. Can I have Office 2007 installed?
Yes. Contact ITS Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am scheduled to get a new computer soon. Do I have to have Office 2007 installed?
No. You can still get Office 2003 installed, but we will stop offering Office 2003 at the end of the Spring Semester.
Are there any instructor-led workshops? Where can I sign up?
HR's Learning & Development will provide demonstration workshops. Click here
for schedule and for registration.
How do I share my 2007 files with users who are still using 2003?
There is a compatibility application for Office 2003 users. Please contact the ITS Help Desk at email@example.com
Is there a new version of Office for Mac?
Yes, we also offer Office 2008 for Mac.
Can I have Microsoft Office for my home computers?
Yes. @Home Licensing program allows faculty and staff to check out from the Library (2nd floor) a limited number of software titles to take home and install on their home computers. Available today:
Office 2007 (PC)
Office 2008 (Mac)
Other software titles in the works.
External Learning Resources
||Interactive Demo on New Interface and Features (in Adobe Flasher 7.0+ format)
A 45-minute comprehensive demo on Ribbon, Office Button, Contextual Tabs, Galleries, and Live Preview. Side-by-side comparison of 2003 and 2007 available.
||User Interface Video (in Windows Media Player format)
A 7-minute brief overview on how the new interface will make it easier to find and use the features you need to get the results you want.
||User Interface Overview (in HTML format)
A very brief summary of most significant updates included in Office 2007. Also discusses reasons behind the new interface.
||Podcasts and Webcasts - in 21 topics (in Windows Media Player format)