Backup and Restore Office 2007 Personal Settings [Featured Office 2007 Utility]
By on June 30th, 2008

Every software offers you an option to change settings to run it according to your needs. Office 2007 too has many such settings that will allow you to change many settings that could include your default fonts in Microsoft Word or the amount of indentations you apply to bullets and or the tons of Macros you created to simplify your tasks. If you are a Outlook user you may have created a set of rules to segregate your emails so that you can prioritize that.

Now what if you would have to move to a new PC or have to reinstall Office suite once again? Will you recreate all those settings over again? Though it may not be hard it is definitely quite cumbersome to change the settings each and every time.

Office 2007 Settings Backup is a useful utility that will allow you to backup and restore all your Office 2007 settings. You can easily back up and restore your settings with a few mouse clicks.

You can Backup and Restore Personal Settings for:

  • Microsoft Office Excel 2007
  • Microsoft Office Word 2007
  • Microsoft Office Access 2007
  • Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007
  • Microsoft Office Outlook 2007

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To backup or restore your settings open Office 2007 Setting Backup which will then take you through a wizard that will allow you to backup your settings or restore it

You can backup all your Office 2007 settings with just a single click and always revert back to your original settings by loading the backup file once again.

Software Requirements

  • .NET Framework 2.0
  • Windows Installer 3.1

The software is free to use but is still under development.

Download Office 2007 Settings Backup Wizard

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