Excel Ribbon

I’d like to show you 3 easy steps you can implement right away to navigate Excel 2007 without headaches (no Excel 2007 menu mindset anymore).

It’s FREE!

It is quite funny sometimes when you are on the outside of a matter looking in……..just how stubborn and resistant humans are to change……yet we always complain that things are not good enough.

Excel 2007 and wannabe Excel 2007 users pay attention now…

If some of these opinions resonate with you, this report is for you…

  • Microsoft continues to take steps backwards
  • Everything for me takes longer
  • Everyone knows the old interface
  • My time is too valuable to spend multiple-clicking when one click used to do
  • I want to replace the new Ribbon with the Classic menu interface
  • There are some great new features in Excel 2007 (Pivot Table, Tables, etc), but the Ribbon isn’t one of them
  • Conversion to Excel 2007 is having a negative impact on my company’s bottom line

Outsmart the Excel Ribbon Now!

Stop exploring Excel 2007 or 2010 like a newbie

Download your free Excel book below…

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This is a detailed report which adds great insight and understanding to the Excel Ribbon.

Here’s how it will help you right NOW!

  • Increase your confidence using the new Ribbon
  • Stop feeling outdated in front of the users who made the move to Excel 2007 and are enjoying the process
  • Stop complaining about the things the Ribbon doesn’t have/do, and uncover new possibilities when you learn this new paradigm
  • Stay prepared for the upcoming  Excel 2010 version (now in Beta and with the Ribbon reloaded)
  • If nobody introduced you to the Ribbon, no longer be without this step by step proven checklist and expert guide.

The fact that Microsoft uses the Ribbon in its new 2010 version means we will have Ribbon for at least a few more years.

Don’t be left standing on shore, get on board the technology boat today, and say goodbye to the confusion, the headaches, and slowed productivity!

Stop exploring Excel 2007 or 2010 like a newbie

Download your free Excel book below…

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