Using Privacy options


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Using Privacy options

Although most people worry about other seeing the contents of a private document, there are cases when information about a public document needs to be kept secret. For example, in the news recently, a reporter discover the name of the original author of a political document by looking at the author information stored within the document's metadata. The exposure was very embarrassing for the people who published the document, even though the document itself was public. What's in this information, where is it stored and how can you strip it out? Listen up and I'll fill you in.

I am going to start off by choosing File > Properties to display the Properties dialog for this document. If you look in the Summary tab here, you'll see that the author information appears right in the dialog. A Word user can optionally add additional information in the various fields and also in the other panes of this window. The information here is coded into the Word document file. Even if you ...

Using Privacy options
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Using Privacy options provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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