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Preparing a Document for Distribution
Figure 9-10 The Info tab shows the status of a coauthored document, and also includes links to
others who are currently working on the document.
Preparing a Document for Distribution
Before you share an electronic document with the world, you should review the file to be
sure it doesn’t contain information that you don’t want others to see. You might also want
to check for improvements you can make that render the document more accessible to
people with disabilities. If you’re planning to share with users of earlier versions of Word,
you’ll want to be sure that they can open the file. (For details, see “Checking for
Compatibility with Earlier Office Versions” on page 88.)
You might also want to protect your document from unwanted changes, and you might
want to prevent unauthorized users from opening the document. You can also apply a
digital signature to a document, which provides assurance to recipients of the document that it
came from you and that it hasn’t been altered.
You’ll find tools for each of these tasks by clicking the File tab to display the Info tab in
Backstage view, as shown in Figure 9-11.
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