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track changes issue

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hello
   I am trying to help someone who is having problems with the track changes section of word.  The author comes up as Dillon when it is usually her log in name.  Can you tell me where this author name is pulled from ?  She is using word 2003 on Xp pro.  
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by:dillonconsulting
ID: 35040957
I forgot to mention that I checked the setting called

"Remove personal information from file properties on save"

That is in Tools -> Options -> Security

This is NOT checked
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Its pulled from the User Info in Word - Tools->Options->user Information
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by:dillonconsulting
ID: 35041146
Thanks that just what I was looking for!
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by:dillonconsulting
ID: 35041153
Quicker then it would have taken me to find it online!
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