If you find yourself often entering the same "boilerplate" text, headers, footers, images, or formatting into a Word 2007 document, try using the Quick Part feature to create re-usable "building blocks". Here's how:
1. In a Word 2007 document, use your mouse to select the text and/or images you want to re-use.
You can easily alphabetize the text of a one-level bulleted or numbered list in MS Word 2007.
Here's how to do it:
1. Select the items in a bulleted or numbered list. 2. On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click the AZ button to choose Sort. 3. In the "Sort Text" dialog box under "Sort by" click Paragraphs, and for "Type" click text, and then click either Ascending (A to Z) or Descending (Z to A).
You've compiled a big, complicated spreadsheet full of numbers and you want the important ones to stand out. Give conditional formatting a try - it's an Excel technique that changes cell appearance based on rules you set up, like "Turn the cell green if its value is less than 100."