Many friends have started using Word 2007 instead of the lower version of Word 2003, but Word 2007 uses the *.docx format as a document by default, and it is generally recommended that you save it as a *.doc format, given the ease of communication, but this often requires you to click the Office Button. Choosing to save as a/word97-2003 document in turn, or selecting a word97-2003 document in the save type for the Save As dialog box, is cumbersome regardless of which method you choose.
Of course, if you only need to save the document in *.doc format, you can use the Office Button to open the Word Options dialog box to save the document to the formatting option as a word97-2003 document (*.do). The problem, though, is that sometimes you might want to save it as a *.docx format, and sometimes save it as a *.doc format, how do you solve this embarrassing problem? In fact, you can design a shortcut for the save operation of the *.doc format, which is much more convenient. To enter Word 2007, follow these steps:
The first step: press the Ctrl+alt key combination at the same time, press the numeric keypad on the plus key, at this time the cursor will become a Chinese knot pattern.
Step Two: Click the Office Button in the upper-left corner and choose Save As/word97-2003 document, at which point the Chinese knot pattern of the cursor will become the default cursor pattern, and play out the Definition Keyboard dialog box. Click the text box that follows the new shortcut key, press the shortcut key that you want to use here, such as the CTRL+ALT+Q key combination, click to save the changes in the Normal prompt box menu, and click the specified button. Ctrl+alt+q information appears in the text box below the current shortcut key.
Step Three: Close the dialog box, when you need to save the document in *.doc format, just press the CTRL+ALT+Q key combination, you will pop the save type word97-2003 document as a dialog box, no need to set another. How, is not saving a lot of meaningless mouse action?