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Getting started with accessible content

Create accessible file names

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When you use meaningful file names and add properties to your documents, you make your files easier for everyone to find. A good filename provides clues to a document’s content and age, for example, “Support Reviews June 15."

To rename a file

  1. Using File Explorer, right-click a file, and select Rename.

  2. Type a new name for the document, and press Enter.

To add details about a document

  1. Select File > Info.

  2. Under Properties, in the Title box, type a title for the document.

  3. To add an author, under Related People, select Add an author.

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