Re: Word Meta Data And PDF Question
John Fleming wrote:
How much, if any, of Word's meta data gets transfered to the
PDF version of a Word file when the PDF file is created?
Anybody here...know where I could find it?
Well, I just populated every single editable field in Word's Properties dialog box, set the Convert Doc Info option in PDFMaker, and checked the properties of the resulting output PDF.
The only ones that showed up were Title, Subject, Author, and Keywords. None of the zillion optional properties came through.
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