Properties of a File or otherwise named metadata are details about a File that describes it or even identifies it. Properties of a File are details such as a Title, the Author’s Name, the Subject and other keywords that identify the File. We can include or even modify the File Properties of our Files, so we can easily organize and identify them later. Just continue reading the post below, in order to find our How to View or Modify the Properties of an Office 365 File.
We can select the View tab and from the right area of the ribbon we locate the area SharePoint and select the command Properties. Another way is to select the File tab, so we can move to backstage View and once there we select the category Info if it not selected.
Whatever way we select the Info category will be selected as shown below. In the middle of the task pane we have some commands that we can select which have been described or will be described in posts of mine. At the end right, we notice the Properties area. Some of the Properties Fields are filled and updated automatically and some Fields we can fill them in manually. Some fields that are available are Size, Page, Words, Total Editing Time, Title, Tags and Comments.
If we select the Properties command, the Advanced Properties command will appear, where if we select it we will be able to See More Document Properties. If we select the Advanced Properties command a dialog box will appear named View Or Change The Properties For An Office File. This dialog box is separated from the following tabs: General, Summary, Statistics, Contents and Custom. As mentioned above, some Fields are updated automatically and some we input manually.
Other areas available which contain information about our Document are the Related Dates area which contains Fields such as Last Modified, Created and Last Printed. Other area is the Related People which contains Fields such as Manager, Author and, Last Modified By:.
At the bottom of the Info task pane we also have the Related Documents area. Right below we can select the Open File Location, where when selected the Explorer will open showing us the path of the Document.
Finally, at the bottom of the Info task pane, we have the Show Fewer Properties command, where when we select it the command changes into Show All Properties. The same procedure is followed for all the other Microsoft Office Programs.
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