If you want to get an idea of how the add-in works, without having to download and install it, here is a video.
You should skip to 4:40 to see the demo part, I give an introduction before that (subset of the information in the earlier postings).
We welcome your feedback and comments. Let me know if there are specific topics you would like to see covered in future videos or postings.
I would like to take this opportunity to also highlight the collaboration with the British Library. Earlier this year the British Library, as part of a group of institutions, launched a PubMed Central for the UK - http://www.bl.uk/news/2007/pressrelease20070105.html
"This useful Add-In will enable authors to structure their Word documents according to defined journal article templates quickly and easily and to export them and their associated metadata in a recognised format conducive to both digital storage and preservation."
Stephens Andrews, Products and Services Development Leader for e-Strategy and Information Systems at the British Library