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When you save a document in Word 2000, certain document properties are automatically populated.
To view the document properties, click Properties on the File menu.
When the document is saved, the Title, by default, is populated with the first line of text from the document.
The Author, by default, is populated with the name that appears on the User Information tab (on the Tools menu, click Options).
The Company, by default, is populated by the company name that was used when Word 2000 was installed.
To work around these default settings, follow these steps:
All Document PropertiesTo make sure that all document properties are saved with the properties that you need, on the Tools menu, click Options. Click the Save tab and select the Prompt for document properties option. When you save the document, you can change the Title, Author, and Company to the settings you want for that particular document.
Title PropertyYou can set the default title for the Normal template or any template you are using by opening the template and changing the Title under Properties (on the File menu) to reflect the title you want when a document is saved.
To modify the template, follow these steps:
Author PropertyYou can set the default author by changing the name on the User Information tab.
Company Name PropertyFor additional information about changing the default company property information, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(https://support.microsoft.com/kb/244086/EN-US/ )WD2000: How to Change the Company Property Information