So are you comfortable with the basics of Office 2007, and want to go a little deeper? Maybe you want to build your knowledge around one particular product? Maybe you just want something interesting to read!
If you are into Office 2007, you might not know it, but The New Paperclip is not your only option (if you thought it was, I am very flattered though!). There are plenty of quality resources out there that you can leverage to make you far more productive using Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook or the rest of the suite.
Here are a few places you should look…
This is a great resource if you want to keep your finger on the pulse of everything happening with Microsoft Office. This one page displays all the news from 30 or so of the web’s leading Microsoft Office sites, which means you can quickly get up to speed on exactly what the ‘blogosphere’ is thinking about when it comes to Office.
You can also read the latest AllTop Microsoft Office news simply by watching out for the AllTop section to the right of this article – it gets updated every hour!
This blog is run by the folks who run Microsoft’s own Office help site – Office Online. Great to get their perspective on what new and exciting things are happening in the world of Microsoft Office.
Number 3: The blogs of all the Office teams at Microsoft
There is nothing better than getting it from the horse’s mouth right! These blogs are run by the folk who actually build the products in Office, so they are filled with interesting stories, tips, and tricks that will help you become more productive with Office 2007
- The PowerPoint Team Blog
- The Word Team Blog
- The Outlook Team Blog
- The Excel Team Blog
- The Project Team Blog
- The Groove Team Blog
- The Access Team Blog
- The InfoPath Team Blog
- The OneNote Team Blog (well one of the team anyways!)
- The Visio Team Blog
There are literally hundreds of other resources out there that you could find, and the ones I have listed in this article would be a great place to start… well, of course after you have read all the articles on The New Paperclip!
‘till next time!