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Hide MS WORD Doc's properties (created on, modified on,...etc.)

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This is really urgent.
I would like to know if it is possible to hide or change the properties of a word document (created on, modified on,...etc.)
Thanks in advance for ur help :tazz:
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Does this cover it

Types of data this add-in can remove
The following types of data are removed automatically.• Comments.
• Previous authors and editors.
• User name.
• Personal summary information.
• Revision marks. The tool accepts all revisions specified in the document. As a result, the contents of the document will correspond to the Final Showing Markup view on the Reviewing toolbar.
• Deleted text. This data is removed automatically.
• Versions.
• VB Macros. Descriptions and comments are removed from the modules.
• The ID number used to identify your document for the purpose of merging changes back into the original document.
• Routing slips.
• E-mail headers.
• Scenario comments.
• Unique identifiers (Office 97 documents only).
Note The Remove Hidden Data tool also turns on the Remove Personal Information feature. For more information on this feature, please search for "Remove Personal Information" in the application Help.

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