Wednesday 2 July 2008

Document Properties as Content Control

(This article applies to Microsoft Word 2007)

In Word 2007, you can add document properties as a content control (insert -> quick part object) in your document. For example, you can add publish date and the title as shown in following figure:


These document properties can be edited directly in the document:

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But if you are not happy with the way the date is presented (the format), you can change this. Therefore you need the ribbon menu Developer. Go to this tab, and click on the Properties button. The following property pallet is shown.

imageIn this window you can change to the date format you like.


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Rob said...

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lena said...

Thank you for explaining the process of adding document properties in Word 2007. It's helpful to know that we can use content controls to insert properties such as the publish date and title directly into the document. The tip about being able to edit these properties within the document itself is quite convenient. playing games to keep our minds fresh and enhance problem-solving abilities, I completely agree. Engaging in activities that stimulate our cognitive skills is important for mental well-being. sigma game seems to be your favorite game, and it's great that you find it helpful. Video games can indeed offer opportunities for strategic thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving.