For users familiar with earlier versions of Office programs may face some problems when they first use Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 programs because of the ribbon interface. The menus and toolbars, in some programs, have been replaced with the Ribbon.
The Ribbon is designed to help you quickly find the commands that you need to complete a task. But in certain occasions some users who are familiar with the traditional menu system may find some difficulty in finding some commands. They know there is a button to do some particular task. But they don’t know where it is or the name of the command. What to do?
Check out Microsoft Office Labs’ Search Commands. It will help you to quickly find the commands you need in Microsoft Office 2007 / 2010 Word, Excel & PowerPoint.
See the result of spell check using Search Commands (screenshot above) in Excel 2007. you can see one search result and when I hover my mouse over it (ABC), it shows the location.