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Pretty Darn Fancy, those PDFs
Article Crabby Office Lady When all your hard work— your documents, spreadsheets, whatever— can't be opened by the people you send them to, it's frustrating, to say the...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Save a file in XPS format
Article Important    You can save as a PDF or XPS file from a 2007 Microsoft Office system program only after you install an add-in. For more information, see Enable su...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Undo, redo, or repeat an action
Article The undo command works for many common actions, such as typing or pasting. You can redo something right after you undo it, and can also repeat some actions.
Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007...
Save as PDF
Article Save your Office 2007 files as a PDF document.
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Customize the list of recently used files
Article Many Microsoft Office programs display the last few files you opened in that program. You can use the links on this list to quickly access files. This feature i...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
How daylight saving time (DST) changes in 2007 affect time stamps in Office files
Article This information applies to people who live in the areas of the United States and Canada that observe daylight saving time (DST) and who require that accurate t...
Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007...
Save a file for use in an earlier version of Office
Article The new 2007 Microsoft Office system file format is called Open XML Formats and applies Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. What do you want to do? Save a file for u...
Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007...
Organize quick file access by using the My Places bar
Article You likely have one or more folders where you store files of certain types, and you often need to find or store files in these folders. You can use the My Place...
Excel 2007, InfoPath 2007...
Save a file
Article Save an Office 2007 file as one of several formats, to a folder on a hard disk drive, CD, DVD, flash drive, or to your desktop.
Excel 2007, OneNote 2007...
Introduction to new file-name extensions
Article The 2007 Microsoft Office system introduces a new file format based on XML. It is called Open XML Formats and applies to Microsoft Office Word 2007, Microsoft O...
Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007...
Set or rename a default working folder
Article Show All Hide All Some of the content in this topic may not be applicable to some languages. The My Documents folder, which is located by default in the root di...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
View or change the properties for an Office document
Article This article explains what document properties are, how you can view or change the properties for a Microsoft Office document, and how you can create custom pro...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
View all hidden file types and file name extensions
Article In My Computer or Windows Explorer , open the folder containing files you want to view. On the Tools menu, click Folder Options , and then click the View tab. T...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Delete a file
Article In Office 2007, delete one or several files at once from within an Office program, or delete a file by using Windows Explorer.
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Use the Document Recovery task pane to recover your files
Article Recover or repair your Office 2007 files.
Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007...
Rename a file
Article Show All Hide All Renaming a file changes the file name of an existing file. You cannot rename a file while someone has it open in any program. The file must be...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
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