The quick access toolbar in Word contains the commands you're likely to use often. But what if the ones you use most often aren't there? Watch this short video below to see how easy it is to customize Word's quick access toolbar so it works best for you:
The Back button in Firefox allows you to move backwards to revisit pages you've seen during your current session. You can click the button to go back one page at a time, or you can "leapfrog" back by more than one step.
Why address an email message to 10 people when you can address it to one? If you often send email messages to a group of of people — like your Friends group, trustees, or colleagues who serve on a committee — you can save time by creating a distribution list from your Outlook contacts or Global Address Book.
Microsoft Windows XP automatically chooses how to display folders based on the types of files they contain. For example, Windows XP displays your My Pictures folder in either Filmstrip or Thumbnails view so that you can see the pictures without opening the files. However, Windows XP displays your My Documents folder in Tiles view so that you can see the names of the Word and Excel documents.
Download these convenient one-page cheat sheets for Office 2007, Word, Excel, Office, PowerPoint, and Outlook to reference the next time you need concise reminders of how to do stuff in each of these tools.