Even the most organized person can waste a significant amount of time searching for documents on their computer. One of the great features of Word 2007 is that it lets you add tags to your documents. Tags are basically keywords you associate with a document that you can later use to search for it.

To assign tags to a Word 2007 document:

  1. Within your document, click the Microsoft Office button.
  2. Select Save.
  3. Click the box labeled Tags.
  4. Enter in a tag. The word should related to the document and help you find it at a later date. You can add multiple tags by separating the words with semicolons.
  5. Click Save.

Once the document is saved, you can add or delete tags through Windows Explorer.