How to Change or Chuck 7 Features in Microsoft Word

By Helen Bradley | Posted February 08, 2011
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New versions of Microsoft Office typically require you to play a game of hide-and-seek in order to find where the company's developers hid your favorite tools. Or worse, they place tools you'd rather not use in an inconvenient location so that you stumble over them. They probably left their bikes in the driveway when they were kids, too.

Fortunately, our sister site WinPlanet.com shows you how to change or totally disable seven of the features in Microsoft Word 2010. Helen Bradley walks you through the process of elimination.

Every time there's a new version of an application like Microsoft Word, tools are moved or changed and all of a sudden some things no longer work the way they used to. We've isolated seven features of Word 2007 and Word 2010 that you can disable or change if they don't rate as "must-have features" in your book.

Read the complete article: Exploring Office 2010: Seven Features to Change or Disable in Microsoft Word 2010

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