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Chapter FIVE. Saving and Exporting > TIP 39: Finding Information about Your Doc...

TIP 39: Finding Information about Your Document

There is a lot more to a document than what you see on the screen or printed page. Use the Document Properties dialog when you want to find or modify information about your documents. Choose File > Document Properties (or press Ctrl+D/Command+D) to open this dialog. It opens to the Description tab by default; if you have modified settings in the dialog, the last tab you worked with displays.

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The lower area of the Description pane (Figure 39a) lists PDF information about the file, such as the tool used to generate the PDF and where the PDF is stored. This area is a good place to check whether the file is tagged (you can read more about tags in Chapter 7). A tagged PDF includes an XML structure that you can use for a range of purposes, such as Web output, reflow, and delivery to accessibility devices.

Figure 39a. Use the Document Properties dialog to find and modify basic information about your document.




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