In this video, learn how to find and access document properties, edit document properties, and use document properties to automatically add content to your document or template.
- [Instructor] In this week's Word Tip,…we're going to explore document properties…here in Microsoft Word.…That's the information that's stored with your document…so you can learn more about the document you're working with…and even use those properties in your document.…We'll be working with this file, Report 004.…As you can see, there's not much to it yet.…We've started page one where we have an image,…an area for the title, it's formatted already.…We want the author name and the date it was created…on this title page and then when we get into page two,…it looks like in the header area,…we're going to see the Report Title again.…
There's a heading, so we can start working with headings…and content in our document.…Down at the bottom, in the second page footer,…the author name should be showing up…next to the page number.…Okay, well, that's good to know.…So, lots of information we could type in manually,…or we could use our document properties.…We access those by going up to the File tab.…Click there and then with Info selected,…
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