CrossEyes is something I wish I'd found years ago---it adds a WordPerfect-like Reveal Codes interface so fixing those pesky formatting issues in Word now takes a minute or so, instead of an hour of frustration
Try uBitMenu. It works for 2007 or for 2010. It is free for personal use.
Is there a tool for Office that makes multi-level lists and formatting thereof easier? I find the Word interface for creating them horrendous. Half the time I can't figure out what the app is doing vs what I'm trying to get it to do.
I've always been amazed at how cumbersome Word's mutli-level list functioning is; one area in which WordPerfect blows it away. Did you ever find an add-in or plug-in to improve this functionality? I have not.
Office Tab Free (http://www.extendoffice.com/download/office-tab-free-edition.html) adds tabs to Excel, Word & PowerPoint, just like web browsers. There is also a paid version (Office Tab Enterprise - $35) for the full version (adds tabs to most Office programs). They also offer Classic Menu for Office (http://www.extendoffice.com/product/classic-menu-for-office.html) which adds the old Office 2003 dropdown menus, and Ribbon Finder for Office (http://www.extendoffice.com/product/ribbon-finder.html), which adds a search box for commands.
- Keyboard Shortcuts: