Puzzling out Office 2007 becomes a game

Most people by now know how frustrating it can be to find a command on Office's Ribbon toolbar. With Ribbon Hero, Micorosoft is trying to turn the tedious task of finding hidden away commands, into a game.

Just by using Word, Excel or PowerPoint, and using their commands, you already earn points with Ribbon Hero. Another way to earn points is to complete various challenges. Scores can also be shared through a connection to FaceBook

By figuring out the commands in Office 2007, Ribbon Hero gives away points

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