Certainly you check the content and spelling of your document before you send an electronic copy to others. But do you check your document for personal or confidential information that isnít directly visible but can be made visible? So called metadata contain information such as author, subject, title or the date of creation. Also comments, marks of revision and other annotations could be included. If you donít want to publish sensitive information you have to clean up your file before you send it.
Published on: 07.09.2010
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Removing Sensitive Data:
Created files often contain hidden data as well as personal and confidential information, that are not directly visible. This video will show you how to find and remove the hidden information. (6 Min.)