Are you completely aware about all the functionalities of your computer? Did you know that your computer may be supported by some additional features? Are you in the know about those external chips or cartridges installed in your computer? If not, it is time you try to identify the add-ins installed in your computer. These can not only enhance your output, but also support your content in a big way. But you can use them to the fullest while putting together a Microsoft 2007 document, only if you are aware that these exist. Now, the challenge lies in identifying the add-ins installed in your computer. Well, this is no rocket science. You can identify them by following some quick and easy steps and make the maximum use out of them while working on your Windows XP PC. Let us see how:

1. Open a Word document
2. Click the “Microsoft Office Button”
3. Click “Word Options”, and then click “Add-Ins”
4. View the add-ins and application extensions that are categorized as:
• “Active Application Add-ins
• “Inactive Application Add-ins
• “Document Related Add-ins
• “Disabled Application Add-ins”