Hide date and time a change was made using Track Changes in Word 2010

In Word 2010, is there a way to not have the date and time show when doing track changes? For instance if I replace the word "she" with the word "they" when another person reviews the changes and hovers the mouse over the deleted and/or inserted word, I do not want the tool tip to show the date and time I made the change. I've already tried unchecking Document Properties and Personal Information from the document inspector and that did not work.

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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
In Word 2010, is there a way to not have the date and time show when doing track changes?
there doesn't seem to be an option to not display this information
contrainAuthor Commented:
Step 1
In Microsoft Office Word 2010, go to the File menu and select Info (should be default selection). Click on the Check for Issues drop down arrow and click on 'Inspect Document'. Click Inspect button.
Step 2
After MS Word inspects the document, a results panel will appear.
Step 3
Click the button to remove all "Document Properties and Personal Information." Then click the Close button in the dialog box.
Step 4
Save the document. All track changes will have the dates and times removed and the reviewer name will also be changed to "Author."

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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
AMAZING - i didn't know that!
contrainAuthor Commented:
Yeah, but it also deletes your name as the author and just puts in a generic "author" as the person who made the edit, but it serves the purpose.
contrainAuthor Commented:
I was able to find the steps on how to do this and it works as I need it to.
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