Find answers from other users in the Word community

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Why should I ask the community?

Sometimes when you have a question, you'd rather ask someone for the answer than look it up. The Word community includes a lot of knowledgeable people that you can turn to.

Ask a group

  • Word Discussion Groups help you dive right in and get answers to your questions from other users and experts.

 Tip   Read the Crabby Office Lady's list of tips and tricks to get the most out of Office discussion groups.

Check with the MVPs

  • Word MVPs are Word experts who willingly share their time to answer questions and to provide solutions, tips, and expertise. You can often find many of them in the Word discussion groups.

You can also find a wealth of helpful information on the Microsoft Word MVP site, an independent Web site that is entirely managed by MVPs.

Read a blog

Watch a webcast

  • Free webcasts are a great way to get valuable technical information about Office Word 2010, Office Word 2007, Office Word 2003, and related technologies. To search for upcoming Word webcasts, go to the Microsoft Events search page.

Make a suggestion or comment if you still haven't found an answer. You can also share tips and tricks and submit ideas for product features or information.

 
 
Applies to:
Word 2007, Word 2003