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Office 2010 - What are Mac keyboard/Mouse equivalents for PC commands

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I'm a Windows/PC person who needs to work on a MAC and use Office 2011.  I don't know about the MAC but I know Office 2010 on the PC.
I need web resources so that I can  use the PC keyboard and mouse system.   Any charts, diagrams, essays would be appreciated.
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Office 2011 on OSX is quite similar to Office 2010 on Windows.

If you plug a Windows keyboard into a OSX computer you'll feel more comfortable as the CTRL/ALT keys are reversed.

Microsoft have a detailed resource for Office 2011
http://www.microsoft.com/mac
If you look under Support you can find a section for Word/Excel etc and within these there are keyboard shortcuts pages
Word - http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/mac-word-help/word-keyboard-shortcuts-HA102929541.aspx
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