Translating Word 2003 Features to Word 2007 - dummies

Translating Word 2003 Features to Word 2007

By Doug Lowe

Part of Word 2007 All-in-One For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Word 2007 has just as many features as Word 2003 and maybe a few more. But if you’re used to Word 2003, you may want the help offered in the following table to convert Word 2003 commands to ones Word 2007 understands.

Word 2003 Command Equivalent Word 2007 Command Word 2003 Command Equivalent Word 2007 Command
File→New Office→New Insert→Diagram Insert tab, Illustrations group, SmartArt
File→Save Office→Save Format→Font Home tab, Font group, dialog box launcher
File→Page Setup Page Layout tab, Page Setup group Format→Paragraph Home tab, Paragraph group, dialog box launcher
Edit→Undo Quick Access toolbar, Undo Format→Styles and Formatting Home tab, Styles group, dialog box launcher
Edit→Find Home tab, Editing group, Find Tools→Spelling and Grammar Review tab, Proofing group, Spelling and Grammar
Edit→Replace Home tab, Editing group, Replace Tools→Letters and Mailings Mailings tab
View→Master→Slide Master View tab, Presentation Views group, Slide Master Tools→Templates and Add-Ins Office→Word Options, Add-Ins tab, select Templates in the
Manage drop-down list and click Go
Insert→Slide Home tab, Slides group, Add Slide Tools→Options Office→Word Options
Insert→Picture→Clip Art Insert tab, Illustrations group, Clip Art Table→Draw Table Inset tab, Tables group, Table
Insert→Picture→From File Insert tab, Illustrations group, Picture