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Love the ribbon or hate it, here's a way to find things more quickly: Search Commands, a free download from Office Labs:
Get the Search Commands free download for Office 2007 and Office 2010 at Office Labs. It works for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Hi Doug, Great useful post. Our instructors show this tool in our Office classes.
This is a great little add-in! If I can get the IT guys at my work to approve it, I'll recommend it to all my team. :)
Thanks for this tool. It looks really cool on the video. However, I could not install it. I downloaded the .msi, ran it, restarted my box, but still can't find it in Word, Excel or PowerPoint. I am using Win 7 + Office 2010 Prof.
We are looking at your issue and will let you know when we have more info. thanks.
Jeff - OfficeLabs
Excellent - tool I will be installing it - thankyou
While I appreciate the effort in updating it, such a cool addin should be built-in as part of Office 15. I downloaded the updated Search Commands which works well with Office 2010 but it needs to be expanded all the other Office apps which have the Ribbon. It should not be limited to just Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Please extend Search Commands to Outlook 2007/2010, OneNote 2010, Publisher 2010, Access 2010, Visio and Project 2010.
I notice this is just Excel, Word and Powerpoint for tags, any chance this will expand to other applications in the suite, Outlook specifically?
Octavian--I'll pass that comment onto the Office Labs folks who created Search Commands.
it sure would be nice if the link above took you straight to the download page.... this creates more keystrokes which we all love so much
Ah, they changed the home for this. I've updated the post. Here's the link for Search Commands: www.microsoft.com/.../details.aspx