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© Ugur Akinci
If you are still using MS Word 2003 you may be facing this difficulty from time to time: most Word tutorials these days are written for MS Word 2007 and 2010.
The main difference between 2003 and the latter versions is the RIBBON.
So how would you know the “ribbon equivalents” of 2003 commands?
Here are two “emulators” coded by Microsoft that shows you exactly that.
For translating Word 2003 commands into Word 2007 equivalents:
For translating Word 2003 commands into Word 2010 equivalents:
I find these two emulators very useful. I hope you do too.