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when adding comments or editing old initlas or username comes up?? How do I change it?

Posted on 2011-03-25
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One of my users just got married and we made all teh changes on the domain to update her last name to her new one. We know are facing the issue on her local pc that when she adds comments to a word document her old initals show and when she makes changes in Outlook her old last name shows... where can I make the change in the local PC to reflect her new last name so taht her old one no longer comes up?
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What version of Office?
In Outlook 2010
got file
Options
General
personalize
and change name and initials.
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Office 2007
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The instruction abave should work with 2007 as well as 2010.
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