When we use Word2000 for document processing, we often use the "word count" feature in the toolbar to understand the current document words, characters, lines and other information, very convenient. But there are times when we need more detailed information about the document, and you can quickly view the details of the document by adding the "properties" method to the toolbar.
1. Click the Tools menu, select Customize from its Drop-down menu, and open the Custom Settings window.
2. In the Custom Settings window, select the command item. In the categories below, select the Control Toolbox, and then in the command on the right, select the properties item.
3. Double-click the properties item and drag it to the toolbar. This allows the properties item to appear on the toolbar of Word. When we need to view the details of a document in Word, as soon as you click the Properties item on the toolbar, details such as when the document was created, when it was modified, the size of the document, the creator, and so on are available, and you can add and modify the subject of the document, the author, the notes, and so on, depending on your needs.