Microsoft Office is a powerful set of applications, and there are many features in the software that most users have never encountered. Teachers, especially math and science teachers, are frequently unaware of the free equation editor, the ability to create histograms using Excel, ways to work with graphics to create effective documents for students, the various ways to use tabs, and how to add interest (with animations) to PowerPoint presentations. Here are various tutorials to help teachers explore some of the little-known features of the Office suite. Files are provided for Office XP/2003 and also for teachers who are trying to learn Office 2007.
Please note: The files for Office 2007 features are given in the Office 2007 format (the extensions are .docx and .pptx). These can be opened with Office XP or Office 2003, but you may have to download and install a small upgrade to allow the older version of Office to read these newer files.