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Add tabs to Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007 applications

Previously I posted an article on Window Tab, which gives tabbed window management for any desktop applications; here is a similar tool that adds tabs to your Office applications, just like the one in your popular browser Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer 8.

OfficeTab is a freeware tool that lets to add tabs to Word, Excel and PowerPoint from the Microsoft Office suite and is compatible with both Office 2003 and Office 2007 on XP, Vista and Windows 7.

The advantage of using Office Tab is that it enables you to open multiple documents very easily within one office window. You can switch between different tabs very easily by just with a mouse click or keyboard shortcut.

There are several options to configure the tool according to your choice like color and appearance of tabs, tabs position, etc. [via]

You can download Office Tab from here or from program’s home page.


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