Document properties in Microsoft® Word 2007
What are the major document properties in Microsoft Word 2007? How can one display document properties in Microsoft Word 2007?
In Microsoft Word 2007 you can add properties to the document information panel or to the document itself. Microsoft Word 2007 document properties remain with a document and can be viewed by anyone who opens the document. Microsoft Word 2007 document properties can be particularly useful in Microsoft Office Word when a document contains multiple instances of a property. If you update one of the addresses in the document, the address property control updates everywhere in the document. The Microsoft Office Word 2007 document that you are working with also resides on a property management server. The user can use the data tracking capabilities of the server to search for sort, and track documents based on the document's properties.
The following points discuss about document properties in Microsoft Word 2007 and give tips to display document properties in Microsoft Word 2007:
- Add property information to a document
- Update document properties
- Display document properties in Microsoft Word 2007
Add property information to a document
The user can add properties or property information to any document that you create in Microsoft Office Word 2007. If you save properties and information through the document Information panel, that information stays with your document. By adding property controls to the document itself, the user can quickly update property information. The properties that appear in the document information panel can not be changed if you don’t add custom properties by using a property management server.
Update document properties
The user can update the document properties in the document information panel of Microsoft Office Word 2007. If the same properties appear in property controls in your document, the property controls will be updated with the information that you changed in the panel. The user can also update a property control in the document and all controls of the same type will also update with the information you changed, as well as the document information panel. The document information panel displays only some of the property controls that you can add from the parts list.
If the user makes specific changes to a document in the Microsoft Office Word 2007, then you can display the document properties at any time. The document properties are a useful way for multiple users to view the document and learn how the document was created. To display document properties in Microsoft Word 2007 you have to open the file you want to display and Click on the ‘Microsoft Office’ â†’ ‘prepare’ optionâ†’ properties. Then add any document property information that you want in the information panel and click on the ‘Microsoft Office’ button and click on the ‘save’ option to save all of your changes.