How to save all documents in Word 2007/2010?
Using Office Tab, which brings you a tabbed document interface in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more. You can save all documents by right click on a document tab and choose Save All command item.
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If you want to save all documents in Word 2007/2010 without using Office Tab, you need to enable the Save All button first.
To enable the Save all button in Word 2007/2010:
1. In word 2007, click Office button, and click Word Options; in word 2010, Click File tab, and click Options
|In Word 2007||In Word 2010|
2. In Word 2007, click Customize and select Commands not in the Ribbon in Choose commands from drop down box. Scroll down in the left window and select Save All. Click the Add button, and click OK.
3. In Word 2010, click Customize Ribbon and select Commands not in the Ribbon in Choose commands from drop down box. Scroll down in the left window and select Save All. Click New Tab to add a new tab to the ribbon. Click the Add button, and click OK.
4. You will see the Save All button as show in following screenshots:
In Word 2007
In Word 2010
Note: In Word 2010, right click on Save All button, you can add this button to quick access toolbar too.
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