I’ve had Microsoft Office 2010 for over a year and sadly, I only feel comfortable using Word and Outlook.

 I have to admit, I am limited in my knowledge of all the programs in MS Office 2010 because much to my chagrin, the information doesn’t come to me through osmosis despite a year’s worth of trying!

My New Year’s resolution this year is  to learn more about this software, and to lose 15 pounds.  Since one is infinitely easier than the other, I decideded to seek out Microsoft Office 2010 free training online.

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Free Microsoft Office 2010 Training

At Microsoft they’ve come up with lots of free tutorials on how to use their software.

 Take one at a time, and as much time as you need to complete them.

The best part, they’re free!

 Everything from the basics of how to create a document in Word, to more complicated tasks that require you to find information and enter it in programs like Excel, can be found here.

Each lesson has a series of video tutorials.  You can have your MS Office program open and work along side the video to practice the concepts.

After you’re done, with a series of video tutorials for your version of MS Office, you may want to consider taking MS Office certification exams to boost your resume for potential employers.

If you want to work on these training courses offline click the links below to see the available downloads.

Microsoft Office 2010 Free Training Downloads

Microsoft Office 2007 Free Training Downloads 

Microsoft Office 2003 Free Training Downloads

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Use these free tutorials any time to learn more about Microsoft Office 2010, 2007, or 2003 softare.

Get more comfortable using this powerful office suite and open doors to productivity and career advancement.

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In other words, you can’t upgrade the 32-bit version of Office 2010 to the 64-bit version of Office 365 and vice versa.” Why? It seems fairly ridiculous Microsoft can’t accommodate customers who are currently running 32-bit Office and want the 64-bit