Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Changing a File’s Properties
in Windows 8 or Windows Explorer in Windows 7). This dialog box contains the following
tabs:
General. Uneditable data about the fi le, such as its type, location, size, and operat-
ing system attributes — for example, read-only and hidden.
Summary. A continuation of the Document Properties panel, with additional prop-
erties that you can specify or change, as shown in Figure 20.2.
FIGURE 20.2
The Summary tab of the Properties dialog box contains additional property i elds.
Statistics. Another page of uneditable data, this one relating to statistical analysis
of the presentation, such as number of slides, number of words, number of revi-
sions, and total editing time.
Contents. Still more uneditable data. This data includes the fonts that are used,
the theme, and the titles of the slides.
Custom. A tab where you can set some of the less-common properties for the fi le.
You can defi ne custom properties in the Custom tab. Custom properties are special-purpose
fi elds that you can add when you need them. To set a custom property, follow these steps:
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1. In the Custom tab, click the property from the Name list that you want to use.
2. Open the Type drop-down list and select the type of data that it should hold.
The default is Text, which accepts any input.
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