Saving Customized Settings in Microsoft Office Word 2007
Thread poster: Hamid Aydin

Hamid Aydin  Identity Verified
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Sep 1, 2009

Does anybody know saving customized settings (added words, general default format, deleted words from the words list, and all other personalized settings) in Microsoft Office Word 2007.

I want to format my computer within a short time and I don't want to re-customize all settings I have made in Microsoft Word 2007. Instead, I require a way to reload such settings.

Thanks.



[Edited at 2009-09-01 22:48 GMT]


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Bad news Sep 2, 2009

http://www.cncllc.com/o2007sbuw.asp

Mind you, I'm not pandering the product. The link contains an explpanation why there's no "Save my settings wizard" in Office 2007.

Another reason I'll stay with my Office 2003/ Win XP combination as long as I possibly can.

If you do have Windows Vista, look for the wizard somewhere there.

HTH
Pawel Skalinski


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