Printing document metadata Word Shortcuts


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Printing document metadata

In addition to printing a document, you can also print out what's happening in that document behind-the-scenes. Go up to the File tab and click Print or press Ctrl+P. Here, where it says Print All Pages, drop that down and then scroll down towards the bottom of the list. There are five different options. Document Properties will give you a list of your filename, directory path, the template it's based on, the author, creation date, how many times it's been changed and saved, when it was last printed, how many pages it is and how many words and characters it has. This makes an excellent cover sheet for archive documents.

Next is List of Markup. If you have Track Changes on, this will list the changes that have been suggested. Styles list all of the styles used in the file along with their font characteristics, paragraph spacing, tab settings and more. Print out the AutoText Entries to see all of the auto text building blocks that you have saved both in the normal te...

Printing document metadata
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Printing document metadata provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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