Document properties, also known as metadata, are details about the document. In this video, learn how to modify document properties and configure print settings.
- [Instructor] Document properties also known as metadata … are details about the document that describe or identify it. … After watching this video, … you'll know how to view and update … basic document properties. … Once you've updated your document properties, … you'll need to print that document so you can share it. … We'll also learn how to configure our print settings … so the document prints exactly the way we want it to. … Let's jump right into our Modify Settings document … and take a look at our properties. … If we go to File and click on Info, … we see the Properties on the right-hand side … of the Info window. … There are system properties … that are automatically populated. … For instance, the size of the document, … the number of pages and the words, … those are system properties … that Word will keep track of for us. … Also we see total editing time … but the title of the document … is something that we can add to a document. … I can modify this title by removing the file extension …
- Navigating within documents
- Inserting headers and footers
- Sharing documents
- Finding and replacing text
- Inserting breaks
- Formatting text
- Creating tables and lists
- Creating citations and bibliographies
- Managing references
- Adding comments
- Managing change tracking
- Taking the practice exam
Skill Level Intermediate
About the challenges1m 13s
1. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Exam Overview
2. Manage Documents
3. Insert and Format Text, Paragraphs, and Sections
4. Manage Tables and Lists
5. Create and Manage References
6. Insert and Format Graphic Elements
7. Manage Document Collaboration
8. Practice Exam
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