Microsoft Vista lets you add tags to your documents and files. You can later use these tags to organize and search for your documents. For example, you may want to add a tag that signifies that a document is still in progress.
You can add the tags in windows Explorer. But, if you want to make the processing of tagging documents easier, add tags directly in Microsoft Word 2007.
To tag your documents, follow these steps:
1. Click the Office button
2. Select Save
3. Click in the box labeled Tags
4. Enter a tag
5. Click Save
You can add multiple tags to a document. If you add more than one, separate them with a semicolon.
To edit your tags, you will need to use Windows Explorer. Select your document and look at the properties at the bottom of the window. Click in the Tags section to delete or edit your tags. Click Save in the bottom right corner to save the changes.