Working with many documents and document copies, you might frequently end up wondering where the file you’re currently editing is saved.
If your job involves working with many documents and document copies, you might frequently end up wondering where the file you’re currently editing is saved. Sure, you can always go to “Save As” to find the path files saved to; however, that takes time I don’t normally have. Time to fix it.
So today, I’m going to show you a speedy and useful tip for all Office 2010 programs that will allow you to view the location of a file at the top of the Quick Launch Bar.
Pick any Office 2010 product installed on your machine and open it up. To access the program’s settings, you need to go to File > Options.
After opening Word Options find your way to the Quick Access Toolbar tab.
Now it’s time to do what we came here for. For more ease, from the drop-down list on the left, select Commands Not in the ribbon to narrow down your search a little bit better.
Now scroll down somewhere around the middle of the letter “D” until you find Document Location. Then click to mark the feature, then click the Add button to add the feature to add it to the Quick Launch Bar on the right.
Once in the Quick Launch Bar List (right side), you can mark it again and use the two arrows to move it up or down. Personally, I’ll keep mine at the end.
Once done, click OK, and you’ll be all done!
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