Office 2010 Quick Access Toolbar Tip – Add a Group of Commands at Once If you haven’t already figured out that the QAT (Quick Access Toolbar) in Office is a true time saver, you’re missing out. The QAT is designed to make commands more easily accessible without having to navigate from tab to tab to… Read More Group commands and free up some QAT real estate!
In my previous post, “How to Copy Tracked Changes in Word 2010 and Paste into Outlook 2010 Email”, I showed how to copy Track Changes markup into an email message. What if you wanted to do the reverse, copy tracked changes from an email back into a Word 2010 document? If you’ve tried this, you may have… Read More On the Flip Side…How do I Copy Tracked Changes from Outlook 2010 Email into Word 2010?
The following applies to Office 2007 and 2010 Each time you open a file it is stored on your Recent Documents list located within the Office Button menu, allowing you to quickly access that file at a later time. However, it is possible for that file to drop off the list if many other documents… Read More Customize the Recent Documents List in Office 2007 and 2010