For those of you who often manipulate MS Word text editor, you must be no stranger to setting the time to automatically save data. Setting an auto-save time helps users automatically save the work they have done to protect data and avoid data loss due to unpredictable reasons.
Normally, in Word by default, the time to automatically save text while editing is 10 minutes, but you can customize that time interval accordingly. In this article, Software will guide you to set the autosave time in MS Word 2007. Versions of Word have quite similar installations.
Instructions for setting the time to automatically save Word 2007 documents
Step 1: Open any 1 Word file.
Step 2: Right click on the toolbar and select Customize Quick Access. as shown below
Step 3: A new window appears, you find the Save option
Step 4: At the Save Documents option you find the Save AutoRecover information every field, here, you choose the default autosave time is 10 minutes, you can change it as you like (from 1 to 120 minutes) here, we will get the autosave interval as 2 minutes, then click OK to save the settings
Above, we have just shown you how to set the time to automatically save documents in Word 2007, with this method you can optionally set the time to save Word files, to avoid the risk of losing data while composing without saving time. In addition, you can refer to other Word tricks such as: splitting columns in word, How to add Autotext to Word, … to work on Word files more efficiently.