Removing Personal Information from Microsoft Word 2010
All your Microsoft Word 2010 documents usually have the details of your personal information attached to them. They can see the information about the document and other personal information if anyone right-clicks on a Microsoft Word 2010 document and checks for the in the properties of the file. You can remove the personal information from the documents that you create using Microsoft Word 2010. Let’s see how you can do that.
You initials when you create a document are displayed in the file properties of the Microsoft Word 2010 file. If you want to remove such details from the Microsoft Word 2010 documents that you create, you need to follow these simple steps. Click on the ‘File’ tab on the Ribbon of Microsoft Word 2010. Once you’re in the ‘File’ tab, select the option ‘Info’ to proceed. Once you click that option, you need to select the option ‘Check for issues’ to proceed further.
Once you click on ‘Check for issues’ you need to select the option ‘Inspect document’. After you click that option a small window would appear on the screen where you would find the option ‘Document Properties and Personal Information’. Select that option form the checkbox for that and select ‘Inspect’ to proceed further. Once you click ‘Inspect’ you’d be shown another screen in the same window. You need to select the option ‘Remove all’ from that window to remove your personal details from the Microsoft Word 2010 document. That’s how you delete your personal information from the Microsoft Word 2010 documents that you create!