Explore Office 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 programs have a common user interface—the way the program looks and the way you interact with it—which means that skills and techniques you learn in one program are also useful in the others.

Certain information that you provide in one Office 2010 program is made available to other Office 2010 programs so that you don’t have to provide it individually in each program. Other settings are specific to the program you’re working in. The basic Office 2010 user interface includes a standard method of giving commands by using tools gathered on a dynamic toolbar, called the ribbon. Commands are represented by buttons, by lists or galleries from which you choose settings, or by fields in task panes and dialog boxes in which you specify settings. You can customize some of the content that is available from the ribbon by hiding sets of commands (tabs) or by creating custom tabs. You can also collect frequently used buttons, lists, and galleries on a separate toolbar, the Quick Access Toolbar, so that they are available to you from anywhere in the program.

Each program has standard settings based on the way that most people work with the program. However, you can customize the settings to meet your specific needs and to fit the way that you work.

In this course, you’ll first familiarize yourself with the standard Office 2010 program working environment. Then you’ll customize the working environment, ribbon, and Quick Access Toolbar in Microsoft Word 2010, using techniques that are common to working in any Office 2010 program.


Desktop computing proficiency is increasingly important in today’s business world. When screening, hiring, and training employees, more employers are relying on the objectivity and consistency of technology certification to ensure the competence of their workforce.

As an employee or job seeker, you can use technology certification to prove that you already have the skills you need to succeed. A Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) is an individual who has demonstrated worldwide skill standards through a certification exam in one or more of the Office 2010 programs, including Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, or Word.


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