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Where in the Word for Mac document Properties section of the File pulldown menu (or elsewhere) can I find identification like the following example, which is printed out on the last page of one of the candidate documents I have in the "haystack" of Word documents in my archives through which I am searching for a particular "needle":

F/Agmt/road_to_health_and_happiness.REV1
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Can you describe your situation in a bit more detail?
You have some unwanted text on a document. Why don't you just delete it?
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Good morning.  Thank you for the assistance offered.

Apparently, I've made some progress since yesterday morning.  I now know that I need to follow a particular path to find the file I am looking for.  

How do I go about following a path to a particular file, e.g. K:\Plan 6.15.14 - 1\LaLaLa
Why not copy and paste - or just type the text - into file explorer's address box?
Sorry, I didn't scroll up to remind myself that you are using a Mac
Thank you for your help.  I am now passed my prior roadblock.  Now, please, tell me what are the commands that cause a Word document file Properties to automatically update?  Also, may I please learn what commands do not cause a Word document file Properties to automatically update, for example, merely opening and closing the file without making any change: does that NOT cause a Word document file Properties to automatically update?

Thank you for the help you've given me!
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