AutoFormat in Microsoft® Word 2007
What are the features of AutoFormat Microsoft Word 2007?
Microsoft Word 2007 is the most popular Word processor from Microsoft. With Microsoft Word 2007, you would be able to create, edit and share content in various formats. Themes in Microsoft Word 2007 allow you to change the entire look of a document with just a few clicks. Microsoft Word 2007 comes with building blocks which give you the opportunity to create reusable content, helping you to cut down time spent on the creation and cross referencing of key information like document title etc. It is integrated with a Ribbon interface which is designed to make it even quicker and easier to perform professional document authoring tasks. Microsoft Word 2007 includes a mini Toolbar which offers a group of commonly used commands that you probably want to use. If you highlight some text in the document and point the cursor at it, the mini toolbar appears. It comes with an 'Office' button which replaces the file menu present in prior versions of Microsoft Word. It provides access to the functionality common to all Office applications.
Following are the features and roles of AutoFormat in Microsoft Word 2007:
You can quickly apply formatting such as headings, borders, numbers, symbols, and fractions to your text by using AutoFormat in your Microsoft Word 2007. AutoFormat in Microsoft Word 2007 automatically formats URLs, network addresses, and e-mail addresses as hyperlinks. With Microsoft Word 2007, you can automatically format a document either as you type or after you've written it.
AutoFormat features in Microsoft Word 2007 work behind the scenes to produce an attractive and an easy-to-read document while you are working with the content. Then, Microsoft Word 2007 analyzes each paragraph on the document to see how it could be used in the document and applies an appropriate style to the item.
Autoformat option in Microsoft Word 2007 automatically formats selected unformatted document when you click AutoFormat on the Format menu. By default, AutoFormat command is not available on the Ribbon in Microsoft Word 2007, if you want to manually format document text, you can use the AutoFormat command. To do this, click the Microsoft Office Button and click 'Word options'. Then click 'Customize' option and from the 'Choose commands'. From Option, select 'All commands'. Click 'AutoFormat' in the list of commands in the selected category and click 'Add'.