Microsoft Word 2007: New Locations for Tools Menu Options
Archived Historical Data: Not Actively Maintained.
Microsoft Office has been reconfigured for the 2007 edition, therefore the location of many functions that were once located in the menu bar have now been moved to the new Office Ribbon. The table below will show how to access the features that were formerly located in the Tools menu in Microsoft Word 2003.
Word 2003 Location
Word 2007 Location
|Tools > Spelling and Grammar
||Select Review | Proofing | Spelling & Grammar.
|Tools > Research
||Select Review | Proofing | Research.
|Tools > Word Count
||Select Status bar | Words.
Select Review | Proofing | Word Count.
|Tools > AutoSummarize
||Select Office Button | Word Options | Customize | All Commands. Click AutoSummary Tools.
|Tools > Track Changes
||Select Review | Tracking | Track Changes.
|Tools > Compare and Merge Documents
||Select Review | Compare | Compare.
||In Word 2003: Alt-T, D
In Word 2007: Alt-T, D or Alt-R, M, C
|Tools > Letters and Mailings
||In Word 2003: Alt-T, E
In Word 2007: Alt-M
|Tools > Macro
||Select View | Macros | Macros.
Select Developer | Code | Macros.
|In Word 2003: Alt-T, M
In Word 2007: Alt-W, M
|Tools > Templates and Add-Ins
||Select Developer |Templates | Document Template.
|Tools > AutoCorrect Options
||Select Office Button | Word Options | Proofing | AutoCorrect Options.
|Tools > Customize
||Select Office Button | Word Options | Customize.
||In Word 2003: Alt-T, C
In Word 2007: Alt-F, I, C
|Tools > Options
||Select Office Button | Word Options.
||In Word 2003: Alt-T, O
In Word 2007: Alt-T, O or Alt-F, I
Referenced from: Microsoft.com
8/13/2013 10:48:51 AM
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