If it's private and you hesitate, just don't do it. If it's for your work and your boss or IT dept wants it for some reason, ask them to provide an introductory course on this new program.
All of the Office Help is on the web, and it should be accessible from inside Office if the site isn't blocked. If it's at work, let the IT guy solve this.
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word/HA100625841033.aspx is the particular page you are looking for (it was the first google hit when I searched for "Locations of Word 2003 commands in Word 2007", with quotes of course). It was so easy to find, in fact, that I wonder why you couldn't. Don't you know how to use google?
And http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word/FX100649251033.aspx?CTT=96&Origin=CL100636481033 is the top-page for Word 2007 help.
I know this is old stuff to most but what's the best way to remain productive after switching from MS Word 2003 to 2007? I see the internet is full of frustrated people with the same basic question from as early as 2006 up to late 2008.
I have seen there is supposed to be a reference somewhere entitled: "Locations of Word 2003 commands in Word 2007" but I can't find it.
When I click on the second item below in my new Word 2007 Help file, it says "page not available".
* What's new in Microsoft Office Word 2007
* Reference: Locations of Word 2003 commands in Word 2007
* Create a new template
Is there a newer or another version of Word 2007 that is better to use with Win XP?