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icon microsoftwordOne of the mostly commonly used (nearly 500 million users) office or business applications and the #1 word processing application in the world in Microsoft Word. Word is one of the most powerful and complex word processors. In this guide, you will learn how to get the most out of Word 2007 & Office.

Almost every conceivable typed document, and many more digital documents had a hand somewhere in Microsoft Word whether it be 2000, 2003, or 2007. half a billion strong, the user base of Microsoft Word 2007 and its preceding versions is absolutely mind boggling. Not to mention how to even get started with the software

Ever since the 2007 edition of Microsoft Office, Word, and other applications bundled into the suite, a complex new Ribbon system, along with many more exciting (but also confusing!) issues have come up. We're here to help YOU understand the many complex utilities in Microsoft Word - a far cry from its origin of simple word processing.

If you're like the many thousands - even millions of people who are just lost in the configurations, have no fear, the 2007 Word Guide is Here!

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