Office Tabs Free: Adds tabs to Word, Excel & PowerPoint 2010

You may love the ‘tabs’ feature of your Web Browser and maybe wondered if you get the same features in your Microsoft Office applications. We have seen some freeware that add tabs to Windows Explorer. Now for all those Office users, here is a productive tool that you must install on your copy of Microsoft Office. With Office Tabs Free, you don’t need to open office files separately, you can simply open them in different tabs.

Office Tabs

Office Tabs is a free and productive Office add-on which adds tabbed browsing to your Office experience. Now you can open and manage multiple office files without opening multiple windows. For copy and paste projects it is definitely a very useful tool.

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Don’t worry, you will not have to save the document of each tab separately, once you close the program, all the documents would be automatically saved. Else you can simply hit Ctrl + S to save all documents.

Here are some of the key features of the app:

  • Fast, Customizable and easy to operate
  • Useful context strip menu
  • Open/Close documents
  • Batch file saving
  • Customizable appearance
  • Shortcuts supported
  • Settings window

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The program works with all editions of Microsoft Office: Enterprise, Ultimate, Professional Plus, Professional, Standard, Home and Business (Small Business), and enables tabs for Word, Excel and Power Point. It works on Microsoft Office 2003/2007/2010. The freeware program doesn’t work with the latest Microsoft Office 2013.

Office Tabs Free Download

This free utility really rocks. I loved using it. It makes your Microsoft Office more productive and makes it easier to operate. Office Tabs is free to download and sizes around 12.2 MBs and it works undoubtedly well on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.

Click here to download Office Tabs. UPDATE: It now appears that the program throws frequent pop-ups.

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Lavish loves to follow up on the latest happenings in technology. He loves to try out new Windows-based software and gadgets and is currently learning JAVA. He loves to develop new software for Windows. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software is always recommended, he feels.

4 Comments

  1. Thanks for not mentioning the reminder pop-up on about every 4th use of this free program. This post falls shortly after your one on Virtual Router Manager, which I couldn’t use to connect any of my several other computers. That’s 2 for 2, and you’ve lost a reader.

  2. Costa K

    I downloaded this program awhile ago and loved it. However after installing it on a new PC I’ve noticed these popups as well. I’m pretty sure they weren’t around when I first used it years ago. Seems like it’s a new “feature”.

  3. Lavish Thakkar

    Thank you CostaK for mentioning the update in the software, we’ve updated our post and it may help a lot of users! Thank you again!

  4. Rodolfo

    I hope it works all the applications so far I’ve downloaded an malfunctioned.

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