Save All Documents in Word

This simple technique comes in handy when you’re working in multiple documents and want to make sure you’ve saved your changes to all of them. It  just takes a small modification by Word 2007 and 2010 users of adding the Save All command onto their Quick Access Toolbar.

(Still use V2003? See below for your version of this hint!)

  1. Click the drop arrow at the right of the Quick Access toolbar.
  2. Click More Commands….
  3. Select Commands Not In The Ribbon from the Choose Commands From drop-down list.
  4. Scroll down and select Save All.
  5. Click the Add button and then click OK.

The Save As button is now available with all the other commands you have on your Quick Access Toolbar and all you need do to click when it when required.

In Word 2003 and earlier, just press the [Shift] key then click  the File menu. Word will automatically display the Save All command on the menu, above the Save As command.

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| January 26th, 2013 | Posted in Word |

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