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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

How To Unload An Add-Ins Or Template From Microsoft Word 2007


I know, using a Template of and add-ins improve your productivity and thus help boost your professional records. But one thing I have noticed is that, most times, we become too glue to using a particular add-ins or template that we forget to use others, especially if you were using one before you discover the other that you love using the more.




In this case, I am not encouraging you to remove the add-ins or template completely from your computer, no, that might not be too good, because not all add-ins or template have the same features even if one have more functionality than the other.
But to increase your Microsoft Word 2007 program speed, I recommend that you unload those add-ins and template that you rarely use.

The guide below will help on the process involved in unloading an add-ins or template from the Microsoft Word 2007 program.
  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Word Options so as to open the Word Options dialog box.

     
  2. When it opens, click on the Add-Ins option which is at the left section.
     
  3. Next scroll down and in the Manage list, select Word Add-ins, and then click the Go button.

     
  4. Select the Templates tab in the next dialog box that will appear.
     
  5. Then do one of the following:
    1. To unload a template or add-in but leave it under Global templates and add-ins, clear the check box next to the name of the item.
       
    2. To unload a template or add-in and remove it from the box under Global templates and add-ins, click the item in the box, and then click the Remove button.

But note that if you have specify that an add-ins should be loaded alongside Word when you launch the Word 2007 program, the Remove button will be grayed out when you select it in the Global Templates and add-ins box.

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