No, not this one:
Siena will be deploying Office 2007 over the summer. It's a big change from Office 2003, and the biggest change in Office software in about 15 years. For the first time since then, things look different. It's not hard to figure it out, but the first time you'll probably be confused.
The first thing you need to know is one simple fact. This:
is a button, not a design element. It's called the Office Button (sometimes, to add confusion, people call it "the pearl") and it works like the "File" menu in previous versions of Office. I expect that most of our helpdesk calls from new Office users will be about issues that can be solved by clicking the Office Button.
Information about the roll out, plus some ways to get help, are on our Office 2007 page. It's still being built, but already has some tips and suggestions on how to use it.
I think overall most people will like using the new programs. The menus, though different, are more logically designed. The new ribbon bar shows more options, and there are some great features built in. There are also new Office programs like OneNote (which I find a great tool) to make things easier.
I'll be talking about some of the new options from time to time here on the blog. If you have specific questions, contact the call center.