How To Change Author Name In Office 2010

Author Name in Office 2010

Every time you create a new document, Microsoft Office automatically assign a Author to that document which is visible under the properties of the document. So, if you want to change the author name in Office 2010 then lets get started!

Step 1: Click the File tab


Step 2: Select the Options tab


Option tab

Step 3: In General tab Change the User name and Initials as per your needs.

General Tab


If you change the author name in Word 2010 using this method then the author name for other Office application like Excel and PowerPoint will be automatically changed.

author

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Brilliant, quick and accurate information. Thanks!

edanto said...

Would you know if there is a way to create a template document (normal document file type) with NO author?

The problem I'm trying to solve is that when a person creates a template document, and many others then use it, the original template creator is recorded as the author of that document instead of the person that is actually writing it.

I would like to avoid the situation above where the new author has to manually set themselves as the author.

Rafa C said...

This is great!!! I did it quicly and no problem. Thanks!!!

Jeri Birkes said...

I did this and it is still showing my name instead of the client's name. I really need some help here or I am going to lose my client! He wants everything to show his name so that his boss will think he does the work. I have been working on this for hours; help!

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