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Although Office 2007 and 2010 have improved search capabilities, you still might want to take a look at Everything, by VoidTools.
2: E-mail Follow-up
E-mail Follow-up goes a step further. It lets you set a response time when you create the email; if the recipient hasn’t responded by the allotted response time, this nifty little add-in reminds you that you’re still waiting on a response.
3: More Add-in
More Add-in lets you quickly and easily hide Word text by creating collapsible sections. Anyone who creates long documents comprising the same blocks of text will find this add-in useful.
FreeFileViewer lets you view a number of formats so you need only one viewer. Using FreeFileViewer, you can read a PDF, a Word document, an Excel spreadsheet, and more. You can even play music files.
5: ASAP UtilitiesThis Excel add-in is probably one of the most popular — and it has endured. ASAP Utilities is the turn-to application for both frequent and infrequent users
6: Proposal Pack Wizard
Using merge technology, Proposal Pack Wizard lets you quickly assemble documents. It comes with more than 800 templates and 1,300 pages of sample text.
VisualBee is a bit different. It lets you enhance an existing presentation. When you run VisualBee, it analyses the presentation’s text and structure and tries to improve what you’ve done on your own. It doesn’t get everything right, but it’ll generate a few keepers — and you can easily discard what you don’t like. The bank of images alone is worth the download.