Moderated Re: Transition to Office 365
Van Lant, Robin
Thanks all. I’m glad to hear it’s not that big of a transition. Going from Office 2003 to 2010 with the ribbon was certainly a bigger adjustment and I’m glad I’m over that hurdle.
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I would agree. I moved from 10 to 365 with few problems. I use Word, Excel and Outlook all the time. I would suggest spending a bit of time in options to configure settings as you had them in 10,
Dr. Rick Ely
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I found the transition fairly smooth, there is a bit of a learning curve, but both a on line and computer-based system seems to work well
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My company is going to be upgrading from Office 2010 to Office 365. For those who have made that jump, how different of an experience is Office 365? I am a heavy user of Outlook, Excel and Word and an occasional user of PowerPoint.