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Is there a way to globally remove the 'author' and personal information when emailing an excel spreadsheet via outlook?

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Is there a way to globally remove the 'author' and personal information when emailing an excel spreadsheet via outlook?
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Question by:Bob Hoffman
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Please define "globally". The use of the word doesn't make complete sense with the rest of the question.

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tom...

Any office type document sent as attachment will automatically have the personal info removed, the user sending the email doesn't need to do anything special. Probably would need to happen in exchange, possible via some 3rd party add-in?  

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neither option was what I was looking for. It appears what I want in not available. Thanks anyway.
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