Ribbon Finder for Office Professional Plus 2010 Short Description:
Help use 10000 commands in office 2010.supports multiple languages keyword
Ribbon Finder for Office Professional Plus 2010 Long Description:
Do you ever try to think of that how many commands in each Microsoft Office programs? I am goanna to tell you that there are more than thousands of commands with every Microsoft Office programs, such as the most popular Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Try to imagine that with such huge amount of commands, how can you fast get to know or find the Office commands in a short time? If so, Ribbon Finder is there for you to fast know and find the specified commands you need from thousands of commands in each Microsoft Office 2010 Word, Excel ®, PowerPoint®, Outlook®, Access®, InfoPath and Publisher. With Ribbon Finder, you just need to search with your own words and click on the command you need, thats very simple and fast!
Why should we use the Ribbon Finder?
Lets take my real experience of using Microsoft Office as an example. Theres one day when I needed to resend an email in Outlook 2010, I had been taken almost half an hour on this simple action. Yes, its simple, if you know how to do. But for me, I need to Google it on the internet. Lets go back to my story. Firstly, I asked one of my colleges for the question, but he told me that he didnt figure out yet after he had browsed all the tabs and commands in Outlook! Finally, I had to search the question in Google. Thanks to Google, I had found the answer what Is looking for. Yes, I mean I know How to resend am email in Outlook 2010 after more than 30 minutes slip always. Can you imagine that one day when you have to face the same question while you are using the Microsoft Office Programs, no matter what the real commands you need to find or know, you do really need to find the commands in each Microsoft Office programs sometime. If you havent forgot you have been told there are more than thousands of commands in each Microsoft Office program. Do Ribbon Finder can really help me fast to find a command? Lets demonstrate this by use of example.