We know, most of you are eagerly waiting for Windows 8 Consumer Preview and have already been using Office 2010 on your Windows 7 or Windows 8 Developer Preview PC. But if you are new to Windows 7 or Office 2010 and want to understand one of these products better, we have some good news for you.
Several free e-books and guides are available on the web to learn both Windows 7 and Office 2010 in-detail. But if you are looking for some quality video guides to explore Windows 7 and Office 2010 features, we have over 40 step-by-step free video guides to share with you.
Windows 7 Step by Step, Office Word 2010 Step by Step, and Office Excel 2010 Step by Step by Microsoft Press are now available in video format free of charge. These video guides help you learn Microsoft software and technologies in an easy-to-follow visual format. You just need to visit the links mentioned at the end of this article to explore these videos.
There are a total of 12 video guides available for Windows 7: Explore Windows 7, Manage user accounts, Manager your network, Navigate windows and folders, Manage folders and files, Connect to the Web, Work with web pages and sites, Manage Internet Explorer, Change visual elements, Change system settings, Works with program, and Set up hardware devices.
Office Word 2010 Step by Step covers following areas: Editing and proofreading text, Changing the looks of text, Organizing information in columns and tables, Adding simple graphic elements, Previewing, printing and distributing, Inserting and modifying diagrams, Inserting and modifying charts, Using other visual elements, organizing and arranging content, Creating documents use outside Word, Exploring more text techniques, Using reference tools for longer documents, Working with mail merge, and Working in Word more efficiently.
Introducing Excel 2010, Setting up a workbook, working with data and excel, performing calculation on data, Changing Workbook appearance, Focusing on specific data by filters, Reordering and summarizing data, Combining data from multiple sources, analyzing alternative data sets, Creating dynamic worksheets, Creating charts and graphics, Printing, Automating repetitive tasks, Working with other Office programs, and Collaborating with colleagues video guides are available for Excel users.
We recommend you check out each of these free videos to understand Windows 7 and Office 2010 better.