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Google keywords - how to prevent indexing of certain words using microdata

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Marcus NFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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I'm using Google webmaster tools and looked at the "content keywords" with some horror.

Top of the list is the word "cookie". I am in the European Union so every page has a footer that mentions cookies.

All of my pages are created with Dreamweaver and css based templates. Making macro changes across the entire site is simple, but how do I exclude certain words on web pages from being indexed and assigned to high ranking content keywords?

I have another example. Many pages have some Adobe Flash. Guess what, Adobe comes out high on the content keywords. I want to exclude that word too.

I am slightly familiar with schema.ord microdata and was wondering what the best way to exclude certain words from being classed as content keywords would be.
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