Save and close all open files or documents at once in Word
When you open multiple documents or files in Microsoft Office Word, how could you close all of the open files or documents at once? Or how could you save all of those files or documents at once in Word?
Save all open files or documents at once in Word
Office Tab does not only bring a tabbed document interface in your Microsoft Office applications but also brings you some very useful and handy functions for you to boost the efficiency when you process documents with Microsoft Office Word, such as save all open files or documents at once and close all open files or documents at once.
Never heard of Office Tab? You are free to download and try it out from this link. After installing the software and go to open your Word, you will see:
Right click on a tab to bring up the context menu and click Save All command to save all open documents at once.
Close all open files or documents at once in Word
With Office Tab, click the Close button as follows, and it will pop-up a window to indicate what you would like to do with it.
The pop-up window:
Close All Tabs: it will close all open files or windows at once and close the Microsoft Word application.
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