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User initials in office 2010

Posted on 2013-01-16
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Hi Experts,

I have a problem I deployed a new windows 7 laptop and office 2010 and the user is happy he indicated that when whats to do initials of his name in a document. It shows as VX instead of XV.

Is there is a setting in the MS word or in office 2010 that can change his initials back to XV.

Thanks,
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File > Options > General??
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Hi,  smartmanwin.

Edit: Apologies, JSRWilson, I had this question open for a long time before posting and I neglected to refresh first.

In Word, hold the "Alt" and hit "F" and then "T". Release "Alt". You should now be looking at the "Word Options" Dialogue. Change the "Initials:" box as required and click on "OK".

Even though your changes were in Word, they'll be applied to the other Office programs the next time they start.

Regards,
Brian.
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Happens to me all the time!
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Yes, but I think 20+ minutes is a record - for me at any rate!
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Thanks, smartmanwin. (And apologies, JSRWilson.)
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