OK now. Seriously.
Am I the only person fed up with the cumbersome ‘Save As’ list in MS Office products? That puppy seems to go on forEVer.
In reality, this is our ‘Recent Documents’ list, but none of us call it that.
It displays when we ‘Save As,’ so that’s good enough for us.
I’m OK with that. Let’s go with it. 😎
I’ve discovered how to tame this beast and make it workable, instead of it going on page after page on our screens.
Wanna know my secret?
[QW15] Taming your ‘Save As’ list in MS Office
Microsoft provides instructions for formatting the ‘Save As’ lists for all your Office suite applications.
Change everything in one fell swoop.
But … ‘everything in one fell swoop’ spooks me a little bit.
Know what I mean?
You probably have an MS Office product you use most of the time.
It’s the one with the lloonngg ‘Save As’ list.
It’s probably the only one you need to reformat.
Since this is a Quick Win file, I’ve created a free PDF for you instead of loading up this screen with instructions.
You’ll discover how to easily clear your current ‘Save As’
list and start with a fresh copy
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It was Happy Camper Day around here when I discovered this little nugget of information. And there it was, lurking in my ‘Options’ folder all these years!
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