If you have Word 2007 on your computer, when you want to share a document with others (like sending it as an email attachment), you may want to save your file in an earlier format that's usable by those using Office 2003 or Office 2000.
That means, instead of saving it as a Word 2007 .docx document, choose Save As and select Word 97-2003:
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:
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.
I just found out about an easy way to create a table in Microsoft Word — all you do is type +----+ and press the enter key, and Word will automatically insert a table. The plus sign + symbol indicates a column break, and the hyphen – symbols indicate the width of the column in the table.
Once created, you can use your mouse to drag the column widths to adjust them to fit.
When adding data to cells in the table, you can tab from one column to the next.