It’s good to go to Office training. For several reasons – given the right environment and instructor, you get cross fertilisation of ideas. And it keeps me in a job (grin).
Tip 1: Someone asked about the keyboard shortcut in Excel to switch to the next Worksheet – it’s Ctrl+PgUp / Ctrl+PgDn.
Tip 2: In Outlook 2007, the message body editor is always Word 2007 and since it is that, it responds to AutoText and Building Blocks. However, it does not use Normal.dotm, it uses NormalEmail.dotm. Good thing is that the two dotm files are separate, bad thing is that the two dotm files are separate.
Tip 3: In Office 2007, you may have several documents open for cut and paste. Office has been moving towards the SDI (Single Document Interface) for sometime, because Internet Explorer popularised the simplicity of that notion. But your Windows Task Bar may be cluttered with other items or your document windows may be grouped by application, require several mouse clicks. Put the View > Switch Windows command on the QAT (Quick Access Toolbar). Better yet, if you are good with your keyboard, press Ctrl+F6 to switch between documents of the same application.