One of the most disconcerting things you experience with the new version of Microsoft Excel is trying to find command options that you instinctively know in older versions, but cannot find in Excel 2007. John Stokdyk reports.
The theory behind the new system is to make Excel's commands and functions more accessible by grouping them into logical blocks on new the ribbon interface. Slick and user-friendly it may be, but many experienced Excel veterans are left wondering, "Where's the pivot table wizard?".
The ever-resourceful Office development team must have picked up this anguish in product demos and has come to the rescue with an interactive command guide illustrating where you can find Excel 2003 commands in Excel 2007.
The guide is a Flash application that opens wha...