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I've got to give some training on Excel 2010 to users who have made the jump from Excel 2003.

As part of this, I need to discuss the ribbon interface. I've found quite a few web pages and even a Microsoft document aimed at the Excel 2007 ribbon, but does anyone know if there is a document (with screenshots) the explain the 2010 version
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Here is a couple of Podcasts that you might also want to check out: http://learnmrexcel.wordpress.com/tag/ribbon/
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