Using Pocket Office
Laptop computers may be light and handy for running Office 2007 on the road, but sometimes you may not want to lug around a laptop computer and its several pounds of dead weight. As an alternative, consider using a Windows Mobile handheld computer instead.
Windows Mobile devices (formerly called Pocket PCs and Windows CE) include miniature versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access, which collectively are called Pocket Office. These Pocket versions of Office programs do not include all the features of Office 2007, but they will let you view, edit, and save your files so you can take them with you without the weight and bulk of a laptop computer.
If you want the convenience of Office 2007 without the heft of a laptop computer, Windows Mobile and Pocket Office may be for you.
In this tutorial:
- MS-Office 2007 Tips
- Zooming In (And Out) to Avoid Eyestrain
- Create Your Own Word Keyboard Shortcuts
- Guarding Against Macro Viruses and Worms
- Password-Protecting Your Files
- Saving Office 2007 Files
- Freezing Row and Column Headings in Excel
- Displaying Slides Out of Order in PowerPoint
- Reduce Spam in Outlook
- Using Pocket Office