Handy Reference Cards If You Use MS Office 2016


MS Office reference cards


Do you use Microsoft Office 2016 at home or at work? If so, here are some great reference cards to keep by your desk, to help you with all of the most common functions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook.

The cards are in the form of a 4 MB PDF file to download and print. They'll be OK on A4/Letter paper, but even better if you have access to a larger format printer such as A3. Or you can read them on screen, of course.

To get the PDF file, head to https://sf.tradepub.com/free/w_cusb59/. The file is virus-free according to VirusTotal, and the site is reputable according to Web of Trust.











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Or, you could just go to the CustomGuide website and download all the ones you need without disclosing any info. http://www.customguide.com/ Click on Quick References and scroll down past the sign-up form to find all the guides that are available.

Not free to us retired persons with no work email or work phone number.

Hmmm, I simply had to enter my work email - nothing more.

I would not say these were "free" because you have to give a lot of personal information to get access to the downloads. Strange that the article does not mention that. You have to give your *work* email and then on the next screen you have to give detailed information about your *work*, such as your name, address, position, job level, address, etc., etc., etc. Too "costly" for me!